Indian Aqueduct

If there is one thing that India has done longer and better than just about any other country, it is innovative aqueducts.  Some of the most famous aqueducts are centuries old, such as in the historical city of Hampi; others are still intact after hundreds of years, dotting the rural Indian countryside.

And some of them are quite modern, such as the Varasun Aqueduct:

Helping to provide valuable water from the Kaveri River to farmers as part of a much longer (135 km) canal, the aqueduct is 1.8 kilometers long and towering at an unbelievable height of 16 m.