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Yet more ruins

This is part of a Roman town, here is also the basilica and burial ground. So much to see but make... read more

Reviewed June 30, 2017
294pamd
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Dersingham, United Kingdom
helps if you've seen other roman baths

Although there's signage, this complex doesn't look like other roman baths. I think that is because... read more

Reviewed December 28, 2015
Bradley T
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Sep 13, 2018
“Ruins of the Salona Baths”
Jun 30, 2017
“Yet more ruins”
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Besides the private baths in luxurious private homes and villas, in towns there were also public thermae - baths by Ancient Roman customs and traditions. The best preserved Salonitan thermae are in the so-called Peter's Street, to the east of the...more
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Reviewed September 13, 2018

As I wandered among the ruins of Salona, I could just imagine what it would have been like to have lived in the time of Diocletion. Who knows, maybe he took his first bath here

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed June 30, 2017

This is part of a Roman town, here is also the basilica and burial ground. So much to see but make sure you do so with a well informed guide.

Date of experience: June 2017
Thank 294pamd
Reviewed February 20, 2017

Salona had several public baths, but the best preserved thermae and largest ones, with all the features of Roman baths, are located east of the Episcopal Centre. The baths, indispensable part of Roman urban life, were built in the end of the second or the...More

Date of experience: November 2016
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Reviewed April 18, 2016

Like most buildings in ancient Salona not much remains of the former city baths. Just a bit of walls above the ground. One can get a pretty good idea of the building's size but not so much of what it must have been like inside....More

Date of experience: August 2015
Thank RobertAleksandrowicz
Reviewed December 28, 2015

Although there's signage, this complex doesn't look like other roman baths. I think that is because you never see the plumbing like in other ruins. I'm referring to the small crawl like places where the water was run and heated. That being said, there are...More

Date of experience: May 2015
Thank Bradley T
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