About Roman bath

Roman bath

The 13 x 6 meter bathhouse was probably located directly on the banks of the stream Wurm. From the entrance in the north you first got into the dressing room, then into an oval, unheated bath room with cold water basin and finally into a heated bath room, which was followed by a separately heated sweat room. This means that all temperature levels are represented for classic Roman bathing.
The west side of the building had particularly strong foundations – an indication that the water from the stream Worm could reach the front of the building in Roman times and wash it under during floods. The Roman engineers built the front so excellent that it has been around for almost 2000 years.