Water Aqueducts, Évora
Favorite thing: Due to the lack of water inside the old town city walls, D. Joao III, in the XVI century, order to build the aqueduct. It's 18km (59055 feet) long spreding it's monumental apearence all over town. It's classified has National Monument.
Favorite thing: Noted work of Renaissance architecture, designed by the Eborense Francisco de Arruda, who merited praise for its grandiosity and public utility, was celebrated by Luis de Camoes and Joao de Barros (1531-1537).
Favorite thing: Whell near the water aqueduct. This Aqueduct comes all the way from inside the old city castle walls to the Convent of Cartuxa.