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Pictures from Rome - Bathhouse Caracalla in Rome

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The Baths in Rome came to the 200's and Emperor Marcus Aurelius Bassi Anus was the one who started building them including Caracalla. In the 600's the stopped using the baths and 900s the saraceneras turned then to ruins. In the Middle Ages, they were used as storage space for blah. brick and marble. Later dug out the baths and found in it a lot of art and other objects that come in from elsewhere. They are found in various museums. Today, they try to preserve what is left

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