Stabian Baths (Terme Stabiane)

Stabian Baths (Terme Stabiane)

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SoCalOregonian
Murrieta, CA9,961 contributions
Apr 2019
This is one of many baths located within the Pompeii complex, this dating from 2nd century BC. There were separate sections for men and women. Each bathhouse had a changing room, cold bath area, warm bath area then the hot bath area. In addition to a place for public function and relaxation, they provided a social setting. The interior of the building provides a look into how the systems worked and the ornate walls. One of the better-preserved areas in Pompeii.
Written January 3, 2020
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Angelo S
Hilliard, OH3,302 contributions
Oct 2022
Large bathing complex for the public in Pompeii. Multi-roomed complex that had space for changing and storing your clothes, different levels of heated baths (cool, warm, and hot) and an ingenious heating system. The stuccoed vaulted ceilings were pretty impressive.
Written January 12, 2023
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Laura A
Castellammare Di Stabia, Italy255 contributions
Please tourists visit the ancient STABIAE! The city si called Castellammare di Stabia and it is very near to Pompei!! Don't listen just the tour operators!!
Written October 26, 2014
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Nina Zee
Atlanta, GA1,343 contributions
Oct 2014 • Couples
We have seen Roman baths all over and these are among the best. It is nice to see them in different stages of ruins. These are in really good shape and it is nice to see the amount of decoration that is still in place. The crowds in October were not too bad so it was nice to be able to go through the baths without being too crowded. Highly recommend!
Written October 29, 2014
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Christos
Thessaloniki, Greece4,998 contributions
Jan 2019 • Friends
Your visit at the baths will give you a important information about the life of that era.You could admire the beautiful environment,the decoration and the system how the bath operated.
Written February 12, 2019
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traveltoforeignlands
San Diego, CA583 contributions
Jul 2015
Our tour guide took us into the women's baths here. The Frigidarium (cold baths) were positively beautiful as the walls were covered with frescoes. We couldn't make out any illustrations as the frescoes were old, but the colors were beautiful! Outside the baths is a grassy area called the Palaestra and is where open-air gymnastics were done.
Written October 25, 2015
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Work2travel
Orange, CA432 contributions
Sep 2019
I found this the most interesting place in Pompeii. It was so interesting how they had a working spa with hot water baths, steams and cold water. The architect of the building was so cool
Written October 11, 2019
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wendyanddavid536
Solihull, UK2,074 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
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 most detailed plaster cast of a body in the whole of Pompeii.
Written June 2, 2018
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Noemi B
139 contributions
I am a history buff, therefore this place to me was like going back in time. Absolutely amazing and thankfully in amazing condition.
Written February 8, 2015
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philhollowayinuk
Muscat, Oman324 contributions
Great ruins in Pompeii. Loved it. The were awesome as was the stadium and the shear magnitude of the city and it's destruction. A very. Enjoyable visit with the family. Highly recommend.
Written November 25, 2014
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