It is a reconstruction of an arch of the Roman aqueduct that carried water to Begastri.
Parts of the original arch found in the Valley of Paradise were used for its construction.
The arch is 9 metres high above asphalt level and 5 metres wide.
It is surrounded by water, stones and cypresses, giving it a pleasant natural appearance.
The square where it is located has hedges and shady benches, and serves as a meeting point and promenade for local residents.