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Thermen am Viehmarkt, Trier

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  • The so-called thermal baths in the cattle market were built c. 80 ad by the Romans. In the middle ages, a Capuchin monastery stood on the same spot. Today, they are protected by a modern glass cube on the Viemarktplatz to visit. The total size of the bathhouse was 8364 m ², of which today only a small fraction is exposed, because today's buildings also rediscovered the cattle market spas were in the 1990s during the construction of an underground car park. Today, it can be visited the plant for € 4.00 adult. It held events such as concerts or lectures of the University there.
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  • You should also visit the thermal baths in the cattle market. Here you see a piece of Roman - history under the large glass palace. Not far from this place you can get in one which refresh many restaurants, or stroll through the pedestrian zone.
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  • Very interesting, you can look but good from the top of the glass cubes into it and has a good views, we have saved us the admission and the Imperial baths for more closely looked at.
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