With a length of 1,660 meters, the Drover-Berg tunnel is the longest Roman tunnel structure north of the Alps. Its purpose was, in all likelihood, to channel the water of a spring, now called "Saint Puetz," across a mountain, the Drover Heath, to the other side to a Roman villa.Source: Wikipedia
January 6, 2017
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