Roman Bath, Ankara

Excavated ruins of a typical Roman bath can be seen on Cankiri Street.

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).















About Roman Bath

 Çankırı Cad. No:43, Altındağ/Ankara, Turkey

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Roman Bath and Nearby Sights on Map

PTT Stamp Museum

The Pul Muzesi or Stamp Museum at Turkish Telecom in Ankara displays a chronological collection of all the Ottoman and Turkish stamps circulated, from the first Tughra stamps of Sultan Abdülaziz of ‘The Sublime Ottoman Empire’ issued in 1863 up to present day prints

Victory Monument

The Victory Monument was erected in 1927 to commemorate the Turkish War of Independence

War of Independence Museum

The War of Independence Museum displays important military photographs, documents and furniture from the Turkish War of Independence against Allied proxies, which led to the establishment of the Republic of Turkey


Ulus is the heart of Ankara, a bustling area around a square with several historical sites such as the Monument of Republic, Ankara Palas and Statue of Victory

Arslanhane Mosque

The Aslanhane Mosque, one of the oldest mosques in Turkey, dates back to 1290

Temple of Augustus and Rome

The remains of the Augusteum or Temple of Augustus and Rome can be seen here

Hacı Bayram Mosque

The Haci Bayram Mosque is dedicated to Sufi poet Haci Bayram, who founded the Bayrami sect

Roman Road of Ankara

The Roman Road of Ankara is an ancient Roman road which led to the Old Ulus Town Bazaar

Zincirli Mosque

The Zincirli Mosque in Ulus was built in 1685 and is a typical 17th century Turkish mosque, with a stone dado and brick walls

Ankara Ataturk Sport Hall