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What to see

Small (south) Roman Thermae /3rd and 6th century AD/


They are located in the southeastern part of today’s Varna, further south of the Large Roman Thermae. They were built in the 3rd-6th century AD. The city of Odessus experienced a decline (at the time the entire Roman Empire was in decline), the Large Thermae were abandoned and partly destroyed in the 3rd-4th century AD.

Contacts:

17 "Primorski" 17
tel. +359 52 600 059
www.archaeo.museumvarna.com

Opening times:

June- September: 10:00- 17:00, Without a day off

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Roman Thermae

Roman Thermae

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