Roman Aqueducts

With the help of our partners, year five created 3D models of Roman Aqueducts.  An aqueduct is a man-made channel that carries water from one place to another. Usually, they are used to supply water to cities and towns.

To make our structures, we used cereal boxes, tape and kitchen roll holder. To give it an authentic Roman look, we cut arches into the exterior.

It was a fascinating process which made us appreciate the architectural achievement of the Romans. Here are some of our photos.