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Near the Historic Center of Nochistlán, you can appreciate the vestiges of an ancient aqueduct. The inhabitants call it “Los Arcos” (“The Arches”) and it is a place to enjoy in the evenings when all its vaults are illuminated.

The aqueduct was built by order of the government of New Galicia at the end of the 17th century, with a value of 80 gold pesos to carry water from the slopes of the Mesa de Agua hill to the town's basins.

The liquid flowed through 33 arches, which today are still standing and can be seen from the benches that were placed around it.

Near the Historic Center of Nochistlán, you can appreciate the vestiges of an ancient aqueduct. The inhabitants call it “Los Arcos” (“The Arches”) and it is a place to enjoy in the evenings when all its vaults are illuminated.

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The aqueduct was built by order of the government of New Galicia at the end of the 17th century, with a value of 80 gold pesos to carry water from the slopes of the Mesa de Agua hill to the town's basins.

The liquid flowed through 33 arches, which today are still standing and can be seen from the benches that were placed around it.

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