Just The Facts: The water tower

Water towers were erected to regulate the water pressure in inhabited areas. But from the start they had more than one purpose.

By TEHILA BIGMAN
January 24, 2019 12:07
2 minute read.
Just The Facts: The water tower

. (photo credit: JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH)

 
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