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Baths and Romans seem to go together and this is an amazing example , and onsite into how they would spend their time. Beautiful ceiling and walls with the colours and designs still shining through nearly 2000 years after they were built. One of the...More
We visited the baths this time, last year we didn't see them, it's definitely worth it. The larger areas are for the men and the smaller areas for the women, you will see locker areas/shelving and learn about how the water was heated. We also...More
It deserve to be known how in ancient times the borghesia used to have pleasure in life with fabulous bath and garden all picturesque and with a great architecture.
The affresco on all walls are well conserved after the Vulcan disaster and is a great...More
The oldest baths in Pompeii, dating back in parts to the 4th century BC. They are well preserved. Of particular note are the polychrome frescoes on the ceiling of the apodyterium (changing room), the beautiful colonnade round the palaestra, the baths themselves and probably the...More