The World List of Tangibles of Tourist Attraction
Skopje’s magnificent, ancient aqueduct lies northwest of downtown in Vizbegovo village and was in use until the 18th century. Its origins are lost in time, with some believing it to be Roman, while others thinking Byzantine or Ottoman. Over 50 of its arches still stand, and it’s thought to have brought water from the mountain spring at Gluvo to downtown.
Location: Skopje, Macedonia
The year of entering to the World List of Tourist Attractions: 2018