Portugal,Alentejo,Elvas. A 6 km long aqueduct supplies the city of Elvas with pure water; it was begun early in the 15th century and completed in 1622. For some distance it includes 4 tiers of superimposed arches,with a total height of 40 m. Elvas lies on a hill 8 km northwest of the river Guadiana. It is defended by seven bastions and the two forts of Santa Luzia and Nossa Senhora da Graça.
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