Strada dell’Acquedotto Romano 56 (locality Lobia) - 36100 Vicenza (VI)
The archaeological area conserves the remains of the Roman aqueduct of Vicenza, that carried water from the springs of the northern plain (Motta di Costabissara) to the “municipium” of Vicenza. Five arches remain today and some abutments, which can all be seen for about 180 metres.
History of research
The remains of the aqueduct have always kept visible and have been targeted by researches and studies since the XVIII century. The artefact was restored at the end of the Eighties.
I A.D.
Visitability: Esterno; Ticket: No;
School access
Opening Times

Recommended tour time (minutes): 20
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