In 2016, archaeologists began excavating two sites in Bath, England. These places were completely forgotten for over half a century.
Scientists undertake further excavations, which were stopped in the 1960s. The aim of the research is also to be the material from which the baths in the famous thermal complex were made. It is planned that the excavation area is to be opened to tourists by 2019.
One of the thermal baths will receive special protection in the form of soil and undergrowth. Scientists expect that the resumed excavation work will reveal new fascinating objects. So far, archaeologists have managed to extract the remains of stained glass windows.