Acqua Paola


  • Acqua Paola

Energitismo Insight

The water of Lake Bracciano has been used since Roman times for drinking water. The ancient aqueduct of Trajan, restored by Pope Paul V in the early 1600s and therefore called "Acqua Paola," ends in the fountain on the Janiculum Hill in Rome. The modern aqueduct follows the Via Cassia, has a length of 43 km and a flow rate of 80,000 cubic meters per day.

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