The Roman theatre of Alcudia is located in the
northwestern part of the majorcan coast on one of the
Balearic Islands. Roman theatres used to show
gladiator fights and during the Roman era,
the theatres used to have an elliptical form.
The theatres were built with stones.
The aqueducts were artificial tunnels which took
water to and from places.
They were used so that dry areas
could obtain water from areas which
had more water. Although we tend to
think that aqueducts were used only
in ancient times, in some places in Spain,
for example, they are still in use.