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Formina, the Roman aqueduct of Narni

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The Formina is a wide network of burrows and corridors realized in Roman epoch to the purpose to furnish constant water provisioning to the city of Narni. The aqueduct is fed from six sources and it extends along a run of over 13 kilometres. It starts from a cistern situated near the village of Sant'Urbano, reaching the centre of the city and culminating in a huge tank of distribution. Other piping conduct to the great cistern that is found in the subsoil of Piazza Garibaldi, which the visitors can access through a stairway.  
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