The Baths of Caracalla located in the capital city of Italy were considered to be the second largest public baths. They were built between AD 212 and 216 under the reign of Emperor Caracalla, and hence are known by his name. It can be visited along with your visit to Appian Way as it is located next to it. Over the centuries, the walls and other parts of what used to be a marvellous thermae have collapsed and all that remains now are some vaults and corridors.
The baths were regularly maintained by checking the drainage system and the heating mechanisms. There were three chambers having water at three different temperatures - cold, hot and lukewarm. There were other facilities in the complex for recreation purposes such as an open air swimming pool, library, a gaming room, a beautiful garden, several shops and an open air theatre for live concerts and performances. The walls were decorated with valued mosaics and frescoes, and the corridors were embellished with sculptures and statues.
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