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Roman baths in Badenweiler
Roman baths in Badenweiler

Roman bath ruins Badenweiler

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Location: Badenweiler
Suitable for prams: partially
Dogs allowed: ja

In Badenweiler, under a modern glass roof, are the largest ancient bath ruins north of the Alps.

Bathing was also part of the everyday life of a Roman occupation soldier. The Romans brought the bathing system with them to the conquered countries. They found warm springs in Badenweiler.

The thermal bath was initially just a symmetrical, rectangular room. Only later did the system keep growing. Water channels, a heating system and the terrace were added later.

Roman bath ruins Badenweiler

Roman bath ruins Badenweiler
79410 Badenweiler
Telephone + 49 (0) 76 32.79 93 00
Fax + 49 (0) 76 32.79 93 99
touristik@badenweiler.de

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