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Day 2: Circus Maximus, Coelium and Aventine

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Thermae of Caracalla

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Overview

Title
Thermae of Caracalla
Author
fede_76
Rating
3.83
Year
217 AD
Cost
6 €
Average visit time
45 minutes
Address
28 Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome RM
Hours of operation
9.00am-one hour before sunset. Monday 9.00am-2.00pm
Contacts
Phone: 0639967700

Description

The Thermae of Caracalla were public baths, like today's spas, where the nobles used to relax. They were opened in 217 AD by the order of Emperor Caracalla and ceased to operate in 537 AD. In the central axis of the building it is still possible to see the caldarium, tepidarium, frigidarium and natatio. On either side of this symmetrical structure there are two gymnasiums as well as various other rooms. The history of the glories of the Thermae of Caracalla are written within on huge marble pillars, marble flooring, colored oriental glass, paste mosaics and marble walls, painted stucco and hundreds of colossal statues".

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