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Römische Badruine Badenweiler

Largest bath ruins north of the Alps
History and tradition
Badenweiler
Germany
The symmetrically built Roman bath ruin in Badenweiler is one of the largest and most impressive bath ruins north of the Alps. The Roman name of the former spa was probably Aquae Villae. The bath ruin is a stony reminiscence of the Romans and their bathing rituals. It was discovered in 1784 under Margrave Karl Friedrich von Baden. A votive stone suggests that the bath was dedicated to the goddess Dianae Abnoba. In order to protect the ruin, a glass ceiling was erected in 2001. Visitors can now explore the elaborate Roman bath culture in the permanent exhibition well protected under this glass ceiling.
Römische Badruine Badenweiler
Römische Badruine Badenweiler
Römische Badruine Badenweiler
Opening hours
Open all year
Monday - Sunday: 10:00-19:00
Opening times November to March: 10 am - 5 pm
Address
Römische Badruine Badenweiler
im Kurpark
79410
Badenweiler
Germany
+49 7632 79 93 00

47.802004, 7.673057