The Town Baths of Colonia Ulpia Traiana resembled a palace in many respects. The well preserved remains of their foundation walls, pools, heating ducts and fireplaces can be visited under a protective building whose outer shape reflects the fascinating dimensions of the antique building.
Steel and glass
An impressive building of steel and glass protects the excavated remains of the Town Baths and at the same time visualises the original size of the antique architecture. more
Health centres and meeting points
The baths were primarily used for relaxation and personal hygiene. Moreover, they had an important social function – this is where the Romans met, chatted, cut deals and made political decisions. more