Baths Of Caracalla
V. delle Terme di Caracalla 52
Once the largest thermal baths in the world, the Baths of Caracella were constructed in 217 AD on a 27-acre complex with room for more than 1,500 people. In ancient Rome, the public baths were a staple of life as housing units had little to no plumbing facilities. Romans made a ritual of bathing in the thermal baths that included different water temperatures and areas within the complex.