Facing History

Segovia’s Roman aqueduct is at its most spectacular downhill from here, where in the center of town it reaches a height of 30 meters and throngs of tourists gather to admire it. But in the quiet, little-visited southern part of town, the aqueduct, built at the end of the 1st century, passes through humble barrios where locals live with it right outside their front doors. Photo ©Mike Randolph

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