Excavated ruins of a typical Roman bath can be seen on Cankiri Street. Once a large complex with water tanks and furnaces, only the layouts remain today. The palaestra was surrounded by a colonnaded portico, and was directly connected to the bath area with Frigidarium (cold-section), the Tepidarium (warm section) and the Caldarium (hot section), along with the Apoditerium (dressing area).
Çankırı Cad. No:43, Altındağ/Ankara, Turkey
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Roman Bath and Nearby Attractions on Map
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