The river's mouth
|Length||40 km (25 mi)|
|Source elevation||986 m (3,235 ft)|
The Anapo (Sicilian: Ànapu) is a river in Sicily whose name, which in Greek signifies "invisible", derives from the fact that for many parts of its course it runs underground. The Greek myth of Anapos is associated with it.
Historically, its waters were used to feed the aqueduct of Syracuse, built in 480 BC by the tyrannt Gelo and running for 22 kilometres (14 mi). Its waters now power the hydroelectrical station near Solarino.
- Fiume Anapo (Italian)
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