Category:Thermae maiores legionis (Aquincum)

English: Thermae Maiores large baths of the Roman military encampment. Excavation which can be regarded as almost complete was carried out from 1981 till 1984, in time of the modernisation of Árpád Bridge. There are almost fifty rooms, shrines and changing rooms of the 15,000 square metres Roman military baths, together with a huge gymnasium attached to the baths, all provided with underfloor heating, have been successfully preserved and put on display. The building complex of the baths is of outstanding significance, even among the Roman monuments of Europe. Source: Obuda tourism (PDF) Now, a branch museum of the Budapest Historical Museum. - Flórián Square underpass in the southeast quarter of the onetime military encampment, Budapest District III.
Object location47° 32′ 28.15″ N, 19° 02′ 28.21″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMapinfo
Fürdőmúzeum (ro); Fürdőmúzeum (hu); Fürdőmúzeum (en); musée des bains (fr); Fürdőmúzeum (de) muzeu al unei foste băi romane în Budapeste (ro); thermes romains à Aquincum (Hongrie) (fr); museum di Hongaria (id); מוזיאון בהונגריה (he); museum in District III, Hongarije (nl); Museum in Ungarn, Budapest (de); museum of a former Roman public bath in Budapest, Hungary (en); متحف في المجر (ar); egykori római fürdő budapesti múzeuma (hu) Thermae maiores legionis (Aquincum) (en); Thermae maiores legionis (Aquincum) (ro); Thermae maiores legionis (Aquincum) (de); Thermae maiores legionis (Aquincum) (hu)
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museum of a former Roman public bath in Budapest, Hungary
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Part ofBudapest History Museum
Location Budapest District III, Budapest, Hungary
Inception
  • 1962
47° 32′ 24″ N, 19° 02′ 24″ E
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