Roman Aqueduct (near Moria Village)

Roman Aqueduct (near Moria Village)

Dating back to the 3rdC AD, this stunning 170-meter Roman aqueduct was one of the most important and earliest types of infrastructure built on the island. With 17 huge grey Lesbian marble arches belying its rather mundane function, you’ll be able to admire Roman technology when you explore this aqueduct that carried water throughout the island.

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Moria 811 00, Lesvos, Greece

+30 22510 22087

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Entrance Fees:
  • free

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