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thermae

(ˈθɜːmiː)
pl n
(Historical Terms) public baths or hot springs, esp in ancient Greece or Rome
[C17: from Latin, from Greek thermai, pl of thermē heat]

thermae

Roman public baths.
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The film Thermae Romae directed by Hideki Takeuchi and released in 2012 is a funny comedy.
Top sees for a fee The second century Roman thermae, or thermal baths, were built across 7,000 sq metres and are the largest on the Balkan Peninsula.
A private initiative, led by Mark Vanmoerkerke, has created a new gallery housed in the aesthetically obliging Thermae Palace on the promenade, an edifice which Spilliaert himself was drawn to paint.
uk), or take a dip at the Thermae Bath Spa which has a rooftop pool and views out over the picturesque city (www.
Often, the thermae publicly connected emperors (and thus their accomplishments) to an interest in hygiene, sensuality, and ritualistic political options for the people of Rome.
Bath Spa for less: Bath Thermae Spa is just across the road and has two thermal pools over three floors including the rooftop pool - all heated to 33.
Bath Spa for less: Bath Thermae |Spa is just across the road and has two thermal pools over three floors including the rooftop pool - all heated to 33.
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Enjoy a couple's day at the Thermae Bath Spa then fly over the rooftops of the Royal Crescent before drifting out to the surrounding countryside in a hot air balloon.
Nearby Bath offers the Roman baths - plus the modern Thermae Bath Spa where you can try the naturally warmed water that bathers have enjoyed for thousands of years.
Italy - 7nts h/b at the 4* Hotel Caesius Thermae & Spa Resort at Lake Garda from PS799pp (saves 10%).
The specific interventions that will be executed in these sites will provide the proper restoration of some of the most significant and representative landmarks of Lebanon such as the Bacchus and Jupiter Temples in Blbeck, the Monumental Arch and the Necropolis in Al Bass (Tyre), the Thermae, the Arena and Palaestra in Tyre-Al Mina, ensuring the respect of the authenticity of these cultural masterpieces.