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Segovia, Part 2

Our next stop was to see the famous acueducto, also known as the Roman aqueduct, that was first constructed between the first and second centuries to bring water from the Frío River to the heart of Segovia. The ruins, located in the Plaza de Azoguejo, provided the students with a perfect backdrop for their lunch break. With a little free time, some students chose to walk through the city's narrow streets in search of un helado (as ice cream has become an important part of just about everyone's day), visit the cathedral and/or do a little shopping.

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