Aqueduct of San Telmo

Aqueduct in Málaga

Acueducto De San Telmo
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The San Telmo aqueduct is a 18th century aqueduct, located in the Ciudad Jardín district of Malaga, Andalusia in Spain. The project was sponsored by Bishop Molina Lario in order to bring water to Malaga. It was one of the largest hydraulic works of the eighteenth century in Spain and carried water from the river Guadalmedina to the city.

The final project was over 10 km long from its outlet from the River Guadalmedina, and had 33 bridges and 30 aqueducts. It was also used to supply Jardin Botanico Malaga.

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Visiting Aqueduct of San Telmo


24 Hours



Address: Acueducto San Telmo Ciudad Jardín Calle Llobregat, 14 29014 Málaga Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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