The world is considered to be the earliest public bathing place, Diocletian's bath, with a large scale and complete facilities. Think about the scene in 1700, a city of one million people, there must be a decent place to bathe!
I really can't tell that this is like a bathing place. It's been damaged by the war in half. There are also some green grass here, and there are some huge stones that have been damaged. Can't imagine what it was like.
It is now a ruin, but it is also worth visiting. At the time, it was the largest public bath in the country in ancient Rome. There was even a bathtub in it, which was majestic, although it is now ruined.
The streets of Rome are full of monuments, and there are relatively few tourists here. The baths two thousand years ago are still worth seeing.
It is easy to reach here from the Central Railway Station. It is also very close to another famous church. If you don’t know it, you won’t be able to tell that it was originally a bathing place. It shows how large it was at that time.
Diocletian was first an emperor of ancient Rome. He divided ancient Rome into two parts. This bath is now a ruin. It was the largest bath in Rome at that time. Unexpectedly, the buildings of ancient Rome even the baths are so tall.