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Roman baths - Thermae originate from the III century A.D. and were restored in the IV century. They were built of quarry stone and river pebbles bound with lime mortar. They are based on a system of columns that held the floor, where warm air circulated from the furnaces (prefurnium) evenly warming the room. The entrance was on the east side and served as a wardrobe (Apodyterium), and had lightly heated room (tepidarium) and two strongly heated rooms (caldarium) with one furnace (hypocastum) and the cold bath (frigidarium) with minor pool. The Roman bath was built in the II century, and was in use until the end of the IV century. They were afavorite place for the relaxation of soldiers.Roman Bath - Thermae