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JERWAN, IRAQ: A sign warns of a minefield next to the aqueduct at Jerwan in Iraqi Kurdistan...Constructed between 703 and 690 BC, by  Sanherib  (Sennecherib) of Assyria, the Jerwan Aqueduct (he oldest intact aqueduct in the world) delivered water in the Atrush Canal from the Khenis (Gomel) Gorge to the Khosr River above Nineveh...The canal used advanced techniques including sluice gates and the Jerwan aqueduct - a 275 m/900 ft limestone bridge, 9 m/30 ft high and 15 m/30 ft wide...Photo by Sebastian 750 792 2163