The Baths of Caracalla can bathe for 2,000 people at the same time. It was the second largest bath in Rome at that time. The first bath was the Baths of Diocletian next to the Rome railway station (which can bathe for 3,000 people at the same time). Caracalla Baths is a comprehensive leisure center with a library, shops and gardens. There are 9.5 kilometers of pipelines in the underground caverns of the baths. Every day, nearly 1,000 slaves work in the tunnels to look after the intricate pipeline system. There were a million people in Rome at that time, of which 300,000 were slaves.
The Baths of Caracara are now largely invisible to much of the splendor of the baths of the time. The ancient Romans had a fanatical love of bathing. And it was also a lifestyle for the rich at the time. Still relatively large in scale
The environment of the whole bathing area is also very hungry. This place is very attractive. You can see some beautiful ancient Roman architectural features. Most of the tourists who visit here are also foreigners. There are also some hundreds of years of buildings that are worthwhile Oh, I visited. of
First built with private money by Emperor Kara, he was wrong in our Chinese words. So be nice to the people, and then the tyrant Niro exaggerated to allow men and women to mix baths. And then a lot of what you can see now comes up, like we're in the shower, and there's magic next to it.
I went there once a few years ago. It's a good chance to see it again.
A very distinctive place, a brick-colored ruin. It was once one of the largest baths and an important social place for the ancient Romans. There are bathing facilities, a library, a meeting room, a lecture hall, etc. It's good to feel it. Not many tourists, more sunny
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Preston_Dominguez:Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended Colosseum,The Pantheon,Piazza Venezia,Trevi Fountain,Roman Forum