Roman baths of Toledo
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The Roman baths of Toledo or Roman thermae of Amador de los Ríos are ruins of Roman thermae located in the city of Toledo in Castile-La Mancha, Spain. The baths can be seen as part of the system of supplying clean water to the city (then known by the Latin name of Toletum). From the scale of the surviving infrastructure, they are assumed to have been a public facility.
Water supply of Toletum
The location of the baths at Amador de los Ríos square is high above the River Tagus. In Roman times water was supplied from one of the river's tributaries and entered the city via an aqueduct about 80m above the Tajo. There was a storage system using large cisterns.
Some of the remains can currently be viewed underneath a shop.
- Roman Baths in toledo-turismo.com (in English)
- Termas Romanas de Amador de los Ríos in turismocastillalamancha.es (in Spanish)
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