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                  Photo: Caesarea Aqueduct                                   

August 12, 2008

Photographed under moonlight, this aqueduct, built by King Herod during the first century B.C., carried water 12 to 17 miles from a lake across the sand dunes and into the ancient city of Caesarea, located in present-day Israel.

Photograph by Michael Melford
Photo Date: January 18, 2008

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Jnaneshwar Surabathula
Aug 12, 2008 9AM #

very good composition!!

Mizanur Rahman
Aug 12, 2008 9AM #

Excellent Composition

sumit gupta
Aug 12, 2008 9AM #

nice one :)

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