For centuries, a small irrigation channel cut into the rock supplied the public fountains of Céret and allowed the watering of cultivated plots. As the need for water to facilitate agricultural development became more and more necessary, the decision was made by imperial decree on October 1st 1861 to build a large irrigation canal, its water intake deriving from the Tech at Amélie-les-Bains.
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