A copy of the Roman aqueduct, which originates to the late 18th century, was built in Lednice in summer 2013 along with ten meter high waterfall. It has been almost hundred years since the aqueduct was in use. The author of this construction is the court architect Josef Hardtmuth Lichtenstein who designed also the nearby minaret. The waterfall was usually used to beautify the lake view during royal events. Beside the decorative function of the aqueduct as artificial waterfall, it was also used as a part of irrigation system of the park.
Source: Česká televize