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Segovia Weather

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Today
11 Aug 2020
13 °
Mostly Clear
13-25
Tomorrow
12 Aug 2020
13°
Clear
13-23
Thursday
13 Aug 2020
14°
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14-27
Friday
14 Aug 2020
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The ancient city of Segovia was built in the 80th century BC. When we came to this ancient city from Madrid, we were greeted by magnificent architecture and artistic atmosphere. As the best-preserved ancient city in the Roman Empire, every place here has the characteristics of ancient Rome. The majesty of the building is like the glory of this ancient city written with a heavy pen. During the Roman Empire, it was a battleground for the military, so the bustling stayed in every corner of the ancient city, whether it was the "Snow White Castle" or the aqueduct that has more than 900 years of history. The ancient city has left a testimony. The buildings in the ancient city that were built in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance show the characteristics of the ancient city in the same vein. When we are in the meantime, we feel the romance of the medieval aristocracy, the natural scenery that has gone through thousands of years of wind and rain, and it seems to bring a retro filter, so that our self-timer comes with a soft light. We chose a day trip to Segovia. It was time to arrive in Segovia at 10 o'clock in the morning, and the whole of Segovia had just awakened, a little foggy. The hole in the aqueduct boulder and the edge that is gradually rounded by the wind. The large aqueduct is completely made of a large stone, and there is no cement, and these round holes are formed by hanging stones. This is the most magnificent expression of architecture in this history for nearly a thousand years. In front of such works of art, only marvel. Today, many architects are analyzing the big aqueduct in Rome. The only answer is one, and that is awe.
Posted: 16 Dec 2018
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