Aqueduct and Roman Baths
The aqueduct was built in the 1st century and was later used in the Arabic ditch system. Even today, some sections of it are still used as part of a traditional irrigation system. The tallest part is next to the river Verde, at the height of the Torrecuevas neighborhood and part of other sections that pass through the city, like the one in the area of the square, next to the Carrera de la Concepción. This aqueduct was carrying water for the city and the salt factory in El Majuelo Park. In the excavation we also saw some Roman baths and some other elements that were used in funerals of Roman origin from the same era.