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Parco Archeologico delle Terme di Baia, Bacoli

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  • We did this tour after visiting the Museum of the castle of Baia, and we really enjoyed this walk in the ruins. We were almost alone in the world under a bright sun with a view of the sea. Small discoveries punctuate your visit (a fig tree that grows upside, a room where echo is surprising, the mosaics,...). To do if you're in the area.
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  • The slope of the Hill of the Bay is occupied by archaeological structures arranged on terraces and called Terme di Baia. The complex looks like a series of residences consist of separate architectural nuclei arranged on different levels of terracing and connected by ramps to terraces. The first architectural complex is called Villa of the Ambulatio and consists of six terraces. Small baths consisting of a circular and a bath, laconicum they were originally part of a late Republican villa, and were then integrated with other environments. Upstream area of this complex were found at different times two statues of the Dioscuri.
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  • Terme Romane di Baia We did not stay long in Pozzuoli to learn much about this town. It's proximity to Terme Romane di Baia was an advantage. This impressive archeological site is stunning by its scal...  more »
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  • Beautiful ruins of the Roman baths in this former resort town
  • Amazing echo chamber room with water too!
  • From the Republican age up to the strict and besides the Romans blamed this hill of Bacoli imperial villas that taken to the sea and partly submerged or are still under the adjacent buildings. The buildings had a degrading performance according to the slope of the Hill, there was tapped the soil thermal and this was until fairly recent dates. The humanist Giovanni Pontano (the book is in one of my pictures) wrote on BAIAE, and Baio was a character of myth. The buildings in the 1400 and 1500 were visited by humanists who mistook them as having other functions classicheggiando, as the Temple of Venus which is nothing but a nymphaeum, however the construction technique was really the best he could offer the Roman engineering, in a building there is a dome and an eye that date from long before it was built the Pantheon , the villas were connected by stairs with the thermal baths and pools "natatio" well covered with excellent waterproofing, the earthenware. We have found many statues, including the Aphrodite Sosandra.
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  • One of the many pearls of the South for anything valued. The place is spectacular and immense, waiting to be discovered. Shame about the path not well structured, billboards with explanations many times repetitive and a bit too "dated". Is a place to visit for both the vastitá of the finds, well kept and of great historical interest, and for the beautiful view.
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  • The Park is hidden between buildings that line Via Lucullo and the promontory of this secluded Bay produces a Visual shock and surprise in the customer who crosses the entrance gates. An oasis of tranquility and beautifully green and equipped with every service that it will be useful to the visitor (with disabilities). The entrance ticket costs € 4 and a chance to visit (in two days) even the Roman Amphitheater of Pozzuoli, the Aragonese castle and the Archaeological Park of Cuma (and Sibyl's Cave). Unlike many other archaeological areas, this has not been completely pillaged over the centuries and are still visible murals, frescoes, mosaics and columns and marble liners in good condition. Mercury's temple area digester (also known as "echo").
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