The baths are located on the Oppio hill, in the area between the Colosseum and the Domus Aurea. Built by Titus in 80 AD, the complex, of which few remains are still visible today, had a staircase that led from the Colosseum to the various rooms arranged along a central axis.
We know that the square-shaped building was preceded by a large terrace-gymnasium, a scenographic element with pergolas, canopies, hedges and fountains on the top of the hill, occupying more than half of the baths.
Photo credits: Sovrintendenza Capitolina
The monument is located in a free access area.
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