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Le Terme Taurine, Civitavecchia
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  • It is worth to reach this site that was begun under Emperor Trajan and continued with additions by Emperor Hadrian. Almost to the present day there were hot springs; Today, for reasons attributable to man, not arriving more-enjoy your visit
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  • Hello, the term Taurine is a good compromise when in port in Civitavecchia, and we don't want to go to Rome. You have to just cross the city by bus. It is quite simple and not expensive. We enjoyed our visit, under the Sun... My teenagers also (16,17 and 19)
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  • Site little noticed, but very interesting. One of the most important Roman bath complexes. Immersed in the Green Spa offers a breathtaking view. Among the ruins are preserved tubs, massage rooms and mosaics with ornamental motifs. Well worth a trip.
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  • This well preserved archaeological roman site is located on the hills over Civitavecchia, not far from the Ficoncella thermal waters and was originally known as Aquae Taurae. It seems the structure was at some point absorbed in the colossal villa built by emperor Trajanus . Nowadays, the site is open to the public, also with guided tours, and it seldom hosts musical and cultural events, especially during summer
  • Built by the Emperor Trajan in 100 BC they are ruins of Roman baths where you can still see mosaic floors, pool, meeting rooms, warm etc.
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  • Ruins of Roman baths, very nice to look at. Certainly one of the most interesting archaeological areas of Civitavecchia.
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  • beautiful
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  • All right
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