Parco degli Acquedotti is an urban green area of Rome, in the Town Hall VII, part of the Suburban Regional Park of the ancient Appia. The name derives from the presence in elevated or underground seven, roman and papal aqueducts that supplied ancient Rome: Anio Vetus (underground), March, Tepula, Iulia and Felice (overlapping), Claudio and Anio Novus (overlapping). In the past the area was known as Old Rome by the name of the homonymous farmhouse.