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Roman Baths (Roman Bath) description and photos - Bulgaria: Varna. Detailed information about the attraction. Description, photographs and a map showing the nearest significant objects. The title in English is Roman Bath.
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The Roman baths of the city of Varna are one of the most valuable cultural monuments of the city. You can find them at the intersection of Han Krum and San Stefano Streets. In 1968 they were declared an architectural and construction monument of national culture.
The public baths (antique baths) of Odessos are the best-preserved monument of Roman culture in Bulgaria and today are the object of the Varna Archaeological Museum. These baths, measuring 7000 sq. meters, - the largest in the entire territory of the Balkan Peninsula and the fourth largest in Europe. They were built at the end of the 2nd century and were used until the end of the 3rd century.
The baths include the western and eastern lobbies, changing rooms, meeting and sports halls, separate halls for pouring hot, warm and cold water, a boiler room, toilets and many other rooms. The design of the term uses an interesting heating system, in which warm air is supplied through the cavities located under the floor to the roof of the building.
Visitors wishing to get acquainted with this architectural monument in more detail can order the services of a guide (for this you need pre-contact the staff of the Archaeological Museum) or purchase travel guides in the trade pavilion, located near the entrance to the baths.
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