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View from Pisidian Antioch looking north toward the aqueduct (center of the image). The aqueduct was fed from a spring about 6 mi. [10 km.] distant from the city. It was built some time in the first century A.D.
Note the snow-covered mountains in the distance (January - the elevation of Yalvac is 4055 ft. [1235 m.].
For another view of the aqueduct click here.
For brief a description of the significance of Pisidian Antioch click here.