These Roman Baths are sited on the Tunisian coast ( the Antonine baths) and are reasonably well preserved. Another masterpiece of Roman engineering. When the Romans discovered how concrete would stick stones together they were off on a building spree. This baths complex is very large and very accessible to the public. This is a shame because in time tourists will damage the area as they clamber over the stones ( and complain about the uneven surfaces).
There is a good information display, covered providing an overview of the complex.
If history interests you, put this on your list.
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