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  • The aqueduct proper runs from the old tower of Caseron three thousand feet to the reservoir where the water deposits its sand and sediment, and thence begins the series of one hundred and nineteen arches, which traverse three thousand feet more and pass the valley, the arrabal, and reach the citadel.

    Castilian Days John Hay 1870

  • With a smile and a nod to the powerful saint, as to an old friend of childhood, Rafael crossed the bridge and entered the _arrabal_, the "New

    The Torrent Entre Naranjos Vicente Blasco Ib����ez 1897


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