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Thermen am Viehmarkt, Trier
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  • Very interesting to see. Ruins are in good enough shape for you to get a feel for the original use of each room. The Roman history is Trier is amazing! 
  • from the info of the Toruisteninformation: since 1998, the former Roman baths in the cattle market for visitors is accessible. Here you can take a look in the history of the trier town impressively! The Romans in their imperial residence of Augusta Treverorum this large bathhouse built in the 1st century. Individual gravestones testify yet a cemetery of the Jewish community at later time at the same place. As a result, the Jüdemerstraße got its name. In the 17th and 18th century, a monastery garden of the Capuchin monastery was laid here. The current livestock market as a market place was created with the abolition of the monastery of 1802. At events I there think it a worth to experience and work on the thermal
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  • Back of Imperial Roman Baths, and following the directions in the street, we headed towards the hot springs in Viehmarkt. We got to come, a large and wide square, and did not see anything, just saw a large glass building that entered and came out some people, and we decided to go up there and bring us closer to the crystals, after they check that in the Netherlands there were the remains of the Roman baths. We were at the entrance and after passing through two glass doors, came to a sort of terrace in high, from which we could see the remains down, are not many, and the part that had not seemed that they had mounted an exhibition, exactly I do not know what, since lowering it had to pay, and we decided not to do so , and see what really interest us from above. These remains were found, occasionally, in 1987, during construction of an underground car park in the area. With everything I recommend stopping by here.
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