The Maglova Aqueduct (after 1563) is 260 m long and 36 m high, decked with
two-storeyed arches. It also functioned as a pedestrian bridge, thanks to a
passage running through the piers of the arches. Sinan managed to blend the
bearing and functional elements into a work of art. The first aqueduct Sinan
built here was destroyed by violent floods (1563) so Sinan obviously went to
greater lenghts in his second attempt.
The Uzun Kemer (Long Aqueduct) (1555- 63) is 710 m long and 26 m high, and
remarkable for its storeyed arches. The foundations date back to Roman times.
Above text and pictures are from the book titled "Turkish Art and Architecture in Anatolia and Mimar Sinan".
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