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Le Terme di Traiano (The Baths of Trajan)
About The Baths of Trajan
Le Terme di Traiano (in latin Thermae Traiani o Thermae Traianae) were a massive thermae, a bathing and leisure complex, built in ancient Rome. In June 22, AD 109, as shown by the Fasti Ostia, Emperor Trajan inaugurated and opened to the public the magnificent spa facility. It has been used as a recreational and social center by Roman citizens, both men and women, for many years, the baths, in use as late as the early fifth century seem to have been deserted at the time of the siege of Rome by the Goths in 537. Then with the destruction of the Roman aqueducts, the thermae were abandoned, as it was the whole of the now-waterless Mons Oppius.
More about the History of Terme di Traiano.
As there are excavations in course you can have an update information by consulting the Card into the site FastiOnLine.
Via di Monte Oppio, Roma
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Map of The Baths of Trajan