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Roman baths in Serbia

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Roman baths in Serbia
Roman baths in Serbia | Photo: Muzeum Narodowe w Čačaku

Remains of a Roman public baths in the Serbian town of Čačak. The bathhouse had several rooms, swimming pools with hot and cold water and a hypocaustum – a floor and wall heating system.

Excavations have revealed not only the remains of the walls of the building, but also numerous everyday objects, such as ceramics, glass, dishes, jewelry and coins.

The bathhouse was built in the 3rd century CE and was used until the 4th century CE. It was destroyed by the Goths during the invasion.


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