Rome, a city rich in ancient squares and fountains.
Thanks to the many springs in the vicinity, the Romans managed to build, as early as 321 BC, 11 AQUEDUCTS.
Among these, the sixth in order of creation, was the VIRGIN AQUEDUCT.
The legend traces the name of the VIRGIN AQUEDUCT, in fact, to a virgin, subsequently renamed the Nymph of the Springs, which suggested to the soldiers of Agrippa, the exact location of the springs.
Aqueduct Virgin, about 20 kilometers, is the only one still running and it is accessible in its underground section, for
inspections and audits. Even traveled by boat: it is an average width of 1.50meters and reaches a depth of 43 meters!