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Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge: Roman Baths, established nearly 2000 years ago, were rediscovered in the 18th century and are one of the city’s most visited attractions.

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The waters are now considered unsafe to bath owning to its passing through the lead-pipe built by the Romans and still functioning nowadays.

Pulteney Bridge Facts

The Roman Baths Museum include the Great Bath, the 12th century King’s Bath, as well as the ruins of the Temple of Sulis and the 4th century East Baths.

If bathing, relaxation and thermal treatments are what you are after, then the brand new, multimillion pound project Thermae Bath Spa is the place to go.

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More Info On- The Royal CrescentCircusGuildhall in City of London, Roman Baths

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