The Répudre Aqueduct (French: pont-canal de Répudre) is the first aqueduct built on the Canal du Midi. Pierre-Paul Riquet designed it to cross the Répudre River. It was built by Emmanuel d'Estan. It was designed in 1675 and completed in 1676, but was severely damaged that winter and had to be rebuilt.
Latitude: 43° 15' 9.54" N
Longitude: 2° 50' 14.65" E