About Acqua Marcia
The Acqua Marcia is one of seven of Rome’s aqueducts which are located within the Appia Antica Regional Park. Built between 44 and 42 BC, significant stretches of this ancient aqueduct, with its monumental arches and brickwork, can still be seen today. However, it is far from its original glory, with much of the site having been destroyed during the construction of the Felice Aqueduct.
One of the most popular ways to view the Acqua Marcia is by bicycle, rented from the Appia Antica Regional Park.
Via Appia Antica, built in 312 BC, is one of the most important roads leading to Rome.
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