Ravenglass Roman Bath House

Ravenglass Roman Bath House


Ravenglass, United Kingdom (GB)
Ravenglass Roman Bath House is a ruined Roman bath house in Ravenglass in modern-day England. The bath dates back to the 2nd century and belongs to a Roman fort and naval base known as Glannoventa.

The remains include: still standing walls (13 ft (4 m)) in height, internal rendering in dull red and white cement and remains of the splayed window openings remain. The section of the building that remains today appears to be the western section of the bath house.
Ravenglass Roman Bath House is a ruined Roman bath house in Ravenglass in modern-day England. The bath dates back to the 2nd century and belongs to a Roman fort and naval base known as Glannoventa.

The remains include: still standing walls (13 ft (4 m)) in height, internal rendering in dull red and white cement and remains of the splayed window openings remain. The section of the building that remains today appears to be the western section of the bath house.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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