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Roman Baths Ankara
These date back to Caracalla (212-217 AD) and can be found on Cankiri Street between Ulus Square and Yildirim Beyazit Square and they sit on a platform 2.5m above the street. The entrance on Cankiri Street leads to a wrestling arena that was once covered with a portico and surrounded with columns.
On one side of the courtyard are 32 columns and there is a total of 128 over the whole area, and the baths themselves are behind the wrestling arena.  
The building is unusually large although the baths have a typical layout with the dressing area (Apoditerium), the cold section (Frididarium), the warm section (Tepidarium), and the hot section (Caldarium).



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