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Bath, Somerset, England: An extensive Roman bathing establishment that flourished between the first and fifth centuries AD in what the Romans called Aquae Sulis, this living museum remains mostly intact today. It was built around a natural hot spring which continues to bubble up at 46 degrees Centigrade from beneath the earth's surface. The baths included a temple to Minerva, goddess of the thermal spring, and remains of that place of pilgrimmage are part of the bath house today.
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