Roman baths were discovered beneath Spanish dunes | Photo: Universidad de Cádiz - LABAP
In southwestern Spain, near the city of Canos de Meca, the remains of a Roman bath were found. Interestingly, the object was under sand and covers an area of approximately 2.5 acres. So far, two rooms have been extracted from under the sand.
The preserved walls are almost 4 meters high, and the remnants of colored plaster prove that the building was beautifully decorated. According to researchers, the object is dated to the 5th century CE.
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