Where is the Monocacy Aqueduct?

MACo County Trivia

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This week’s question:

In Which Maryland County Is the Monocacy Aqueduct Located?

From the National Park Service,

The Monocacy Aqueduct is the largest of the eleven aqueducts erected along the C&O Canal, and is often described by many historians as one of the finest canal features in the United States. Ten of the eleven aqueducts remain as key features of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, which was designated as a National historical park in 1971.

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A correct answer will be chosen at random and the winner and answer will be published in next week’s This Week on Conduit Street. 

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