The Roman Baths
Photos © Pat Tyler Wednesday, May 4, 2005

Visitors join statues of Holy Roman Emporers.

They are looking into the main pool of the ancient Roman baths.

This is a corner of the Great Bath.

Because the pool is open to the sun, green algae grows in the water.
When the Romans were there, the pools were enclosed and under roof,
so the pool water would have been clear when they bathed here.


We were told that the statues were not original to the facility,
but were sculpted to enhance the appearance to look as it might have looked.

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