Over the 209 years since the aqueduct was opened, the mortar has weathered and flowed just like natural limestone. Stalactites hang from the arches, but most deposits coat the vertical surfaces at the base of the piers.
The photo provides no indication of scale, but each course of stones is about 50 cm high – this isn't an extreme close-up of tiny features!
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