The tragedy of the drought and the lack of drinking water in Pamplona demanded the construction of the Aqueduct of Noain and are also reflected in the 'Casa de las Aguas de Mendillorri', which is a reminder of the efforts to engineer the flow of water into the city. 'La colina de Mendillorri' (Mendillorri Hill) is a natural setting with a kilometre of botanical garden where families usually go to walk around in the evening. The added interest is the six reservoirs (some of which were built in the 19th century) and the exhibition centre of the 'Centro de Información y Educación Ambiental de Mendillorri' (Mendillorri Centre of Information and Environmental Education), which explains the measures that were necessary to bring water to the tap; the life of a drop of water and the reasons for saving it, through the use of panels, models and interactive games.
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