Roman aqueduct Groesbeek


Between Groesbeek and Nijmegen lie the remains of a unique five-kilometer long Roman aqueduct. The Romans built this aqueduct to bring fresh spring water from the hills of Berg en Dal to the Roman legionary fortress in Nijmegen. It is the largest Roman monument in the Netherlands.


Commissioned by the municipality Groesbeek DLA + landscape architects, in cooperation with M A R C and Ulpia text productions, was asked to make this monument come alive by drawing up a comprehensive development vision "From source to tap”. Posters illustrate several example projects, some of which have already been executed: a digital walking tour is available and a viewing platform was created along the Oude Kleefsebaan.