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Rostokino Aqueduct

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Rostokino Aqueduct, also known as Millionny Bridge, is a stone aqueduct over Yauza river in Rostokino District of Moscow, Russia, built in 1780-1804. It is the only remaining aqueduct in Moscow, once a part of Mytishchi Water Supply, Moscow's first centralized water utility.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rostokino_Aqueduct

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Text by Steve Smith.

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