Jouarres Aqueduct

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Jouarres Aqueduct
Jouarres Aqueduct
Carries Canal du Midi
Crosses Unknown stream
Location Jouarres le Vieux France
9.1 km NW of Lézignan-Corbières, 22.0 km ExNE of Trèbes, 25.7 km NE of Départemente de l' Aude, 28.6 km E of Carcassonne
Piers in water 0
Coordinates 43°15′51″N 2°41′47″E / 43.26421°N 2.69633°E / 43.26421; 2.69633Coordinates: 43°15′51″N 2°41′47″E / 43.26421°N 2.69633°E / 43.26421; 2.69633

The Jouarres Aqueduct (French: Aqueduc de xx) is one of several aqueducts on the Canal du Midi. In Jouarres le Vieux France, it carries the canal over a small stream. It is one of three original aqueducts created by Pierre-Paul Riquet during the building of the canal from 1667 to 1681.[1]

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  1. ^ Midi Camargue Waterways Guide 7. Editions Du Breil. ISBN 2-913120-04-0.