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Roman Baths, Beirut

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Once frequented by the people of the city, today Roman Baths testify to Beirut's ancient heritage. Discovered in 1968 in downtown Beirut, the baths remain under excavation, with one section now used as a public performance space. Wander between between several landscaped terraces, looking out over the four major bathing areas and studying the remains of a functional underground heating system. Once a meeting place for all citizens, the baths still attract locals and tourists alike, who congregate to watch performances and amble through the Mediterranean medicinal plant garden. Plan to see Roman Baths and other attractions that appeal to you using our Beirut travel itinerary planner.
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  • If you want to know more informations about this site, You must to pay for a guide. Few informations in the sign. No spend more than half hour. More than it, I recommend Beirut Museum. 
  • Beirut's downtown, banks and Government offices there and some buildings in ruins. And pass it as is and don't care. However, long ago feelings not located just idly while visiting. And what a nice place for those interested in the Roman ruins, ancient ruins.
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  • This site of the Roman baths is one of the important archaeological sites in Beirut. It shows well the foundations and the remains of the old buildings. I think that it is better to visit it with a guide, or someone who can explain. But the site is pretty without a guide also.
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