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Baños Árabes


"Old Bath Site"

The Banos Arabes or Arab Baths, is an ancient public bath house that was built sometime in the 11th Century. The baths were so well made that they were used right up until the 17th Century and are some of the best preserved sights even today. Built next to the Puente Arabe, or Roman Bridge, the baths were built to service the then practice and belief of the Muslims that one should be cleansed before entering the city. The baths have three chambers, one for a hot bath, one for warm and a third for cold. Later the site became an agricultural land and then more recently it was converted into a private garden area.
Calle Molino de Alarcon, Ronda, Spain, 29400
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"Old Bath Site"
The Banos Arabes or Arab Baths, is an ancient public bath house that was built sometime in the 11th Century. The baths were so well made that they were used right up until the 17th Century and are some of the best preserved sights even today. Built next to the Puente Arabe, or Roman Bridge, the baths were built to service the then practice and belief of the Muslims that one should be cleansed before entering the city. The baths have three chambers, one for a hot bath, one for warm and a third for cold. Later the site became an agricultural land and then more recently it was converted into a private garden area.
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