Aqueducts & Tas-Salvatur Hill Gozo FPV

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The Wignacourt Aqueduct is a 17th-century aqueduct in Malta that was built to carry water from the springs of Dingli and Rabaatto the capital of Valletta that was created when the Knights of St. John took over control of the island. The aqueduct spans 26.5 km (16.46 miles). Tas-Salvatur Hill can be seen from most of the island of Gozo (part of the Maltese archipelago), and is topped by the statue of the Risen Christ, placed there in the 1970’s. Both incredible sites can be seen in this FPV Pilots to Watch video by Duncan DroneNuts.

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