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The aqueduct sorta places you in an unknown past, when times were simple, stress low, and people weren't afraid to smile. Walking along this beuty one sees shops, restaurants and hotels. I preferred Morelia when it was a smaller city but it still has lots...More
This is a true Aqueduct that runs from the center of Morelia to the west. It goes for miles and you can drive beside in either direction. To see how it declines and inclines. When it rains you can see the water still running through...More
We made a point of finding our way to the Aqueduct in Morelia and we weren't disappointed. It is well preserved and is in a very interesting part of town. There are many things to do around that area, including the Bosque park, and the...More
The aqueduct is fun to view on a stroll, as it has a sign to read, with a good explanation of the engineering of the aqueduct. Worth about 10 minutes on a historic walk around Morelia, as you also view the Tarascas Fountain and the...More
You have ti visit this acueduct from the biginig were smaller arcs
weare made its 1.8 km long, used to live there 47 years ago and when we were young walked the hole acueducto now you can not do that...