Aqueducts transport water from one location to another. The most noteable aqueducts were built in ancient Rome and Greece. The structures supply water to large cities and irrigate agricultural lands. They may also be used for transportation if they are large enough. Entire villages and cities depended upon the aqueducts as their main source of water for personal and agricultural use.
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