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Roman baths are thermae.
Historic examples of Roman Baths include:
- Għajn Tuffieħa Roman Baths, a ruin in Malta
- Roman Baths of Ankara, a ruin in Ankara, Turkey
- Roman Baths (Bath), a well-preserved site in England
- Roman Baths Museum, inside the remains of the fortress of Isca Augusta at Caerleon, Wales
- Roman Baths, Strand Lane, a cold spring bath near London, reputedly of Roman origin
- Thermae Bath Spa, a historic spa with a contemporary spa in Bath, England
- Welwyn Roman Baths, a ruin near Welwyn Garden City, England
- Roman Baths, Beirut
Modern examples of Roman Baths include:
See also: List of Roman public baths
- Roman Baths (Potsdam), a 19th-century Roman-inspired royal complex in Germany
- The Roman Bath - a 1974 Bulgarian play
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