Tréboul Aqueduct

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Tréboul Aqueduct
Coordinates 43°16′50.42″N2°02′54.99″E / 43.2806722°N 2.0486083°E / 43.2806722; 2.0486083 Coordinates: 43°16′50.42″N2°02′54.99″E / 43.2806722°N 2.0486083°E / 43.2806722; 2.0486083
Carries Canal du Midi
CrossesTréboul Creek [1]
Locale8.9 km ExSE of Castelnaudary, 21.1 km S of Revel, Haute-Garonne, 25.5 km WxNW of Carcassonne, 28.2 km NxNW of Limoux
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Treboul Aqueduct

The Tréboul Aqueduct (French : Aqueduc de Tréboul) is one of several aqueducts on the Canal du Midi. It is very near to the lock of the same name, and crosses the Ruisseau de Tréboul.

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References

  1. Antoine-François Andréossy (1804). Histoire du Canal du Midi, ou Canal de Languedoc. Crapelet. p.  77. Aqueduc de Tréboul.