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The Building


The Roman baths occupy a rectangular space around the Spring, with two longitudinal rooms of different sizes, with a domed roof.

These rooms were attached to the bath that was used for recreation (1st Century A.D.). In the Islamic period, these were reused with some remodeling and incorporated into the new construction of the Spa Hotel in the 19th Century.


On top of the archaeological remains, the new building designed by architects Alberto Ibero y Jesús López was conceived to incorporate this unique site, protected and integrated between modern linear structures of concrete and glass, with metal pillars.


The results are two interesting buildings in this great cultural space at the foot of the Castle Hill, adjacent to the Church of Saint Lazaro, Bishop.

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