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Where else can you see something like this in the Americas? Not speaking of modern ones I mean... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2017
Judith L
Denver, Colorado
Beautiful architecture

You can't miss this acqueduct and its beautiful arches as you drive into town. As far as I could... read more

Reviewed 23 January 2017
Queen J
via mobile
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23 Jan 2017
“Beautiful architecture”
29 Mar 2017
Zacatecas, Mexico
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Reviewed 29 March 2017

Where else can you see something like this in the Americas? Not speaking of modern ones I mean. It is free, it is beautiful, and goes right through some of the streets. Not sure what is not to like, if only for a short walk...More

Thank Judith L
Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

You can't miss this acqueduct and its beautiful arches as you drive into town. As far as I could tell, the acqueduct center is underground and can't be visited. But this structure is great for pictures in the early evening against the pink clouds with...More

Thank Queen J
Reviewed 28 December 2016

Beautifully restored, magnificent and photogenic site. Have a look at it in the morning and in late afternoon. Those pink stones, the way it was constructed and the sheer greatness of the structure mad a great impression. Make sure you look at it from inside...More

Thank 70ava
Reviewed 23 June 2016

You can not escape passing the Aqueduct as the main street passes underneath. This aqueduct is interesting because it reminds one of the fact that before the common practice of bringing water to the home by means of underground pipes, water was delivered to citizens...More

Thank windsorcottage
Reviewed 21 March 2016

I dont know what year it was constructed. I am assuming it was built during the times Mexico was under the rule of the Spanish Empire. When i first saw the Zacatecas Aqueduct it sort of reminded me of the one I saw in Segovia...More

Thank travelerd2011
Reviewed 30 October 2015

This aqueduct is located between a beautiful park and the Quinta Real Hotel. It is well preserved and will serve as a lovely backdrop for phots.

Thank Marshall K
Reviewed 28 September 2015

While this has been maintained, and repaired due to its age its amazing to think this was made just so the town could have water. We stay at the Quinta Real, which is at the base of this and the night view is nothing short...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 31 August 2015

Well preserved aqueduct in a pleasant part of town. Worth combining with the museum de Francisco Goitia and the old bull ring (now part of a 5 star hotel close to the aqueduct)

Thank paulpnd
Reviewed 30 March 2015

Historic aqueduct .... a great entry point and reference when entering and exiting historical Zacatecas!

Thank METRUN360
Reviewed 20 March 2015

This is similar to the aqueduct found in Morelia and has the same historic interest. it is worth seeing.

Thank Remy87
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