The Romen Baths Complex, a site of historical interest in the English city of Bath, is a Romen site dedicated to public bathing while preserving it well.

Romen baths are located below the level of modern streets thus far since the nineteenth century, and there are four main features: the Holy Spring, the Romen Temple, the Romen Bath House and the Museum.
Hammamet is a major tourist attraction, in addition to the “Grand Pump Room”, which receives more than 1 million visitors annually (in 2009, 1,037,518 visitors were hosted).

Hammamet was also famous when it appeared in the year 2005 in the TV program “The Seven Wonders of the World” as one of the wonders of the world Western countries.
Visitors can see the bathrooms and the museum, but they cannot enter the water, and you can learn about the baths through an audio guide available in several languages.

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