Larnaca Aqueduct 2011

Larnaca Aqueduct 2011 Larnaca Aqueduct 2011
Added by Alain Martineau
General Description Larnaca, is the third largest city on the southern coast of Cyprus after Nicosia and Limassol. It is the island's second largest commercial port and an important tourist resort. The island's largest airport, Larnaca International Airport is located on the outskirts of the city. To the north of the city lies the island's former oil refinery, which was reduced to a storage facility after the refinery itself was sold in 2008. To the south is the Larnaca International Airport. The city of Larnaka is well known for its picturesque seafront which includes rows of palm trees. Larnaca Marina is one of the four official entry points, by sea, to Cyprus.
Front Description The Old Aqueduct known as "The Kamares", stands outside the town on the way to Limassol. It was built by the Ottoman Governor Koca Bekir Pasha in Roman style in 1745 to carry water from a source about 6 miles south of Larnaka into the town. The aqueduct is illuminated at night.
Height 115.00 mm
Width 165.00 mm
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