The Jewry Wall in Leicester, England is believed to be the remaining wall of the public baths of Roman Leicester (Ratae Corieltauvorum) along with foundations of the baths, which are laid out in front of the wall. The wall is nearly 2000 years old, and is a rare example of Roman walling. It is the second largest piece of surviving civil Roman building in Britain. The Jewry Wall would have been the wall separating the gymnasium from the cold room.
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