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On another level

The Temple Precinct lies about twenty feet beneath the modern, 18th century street-level of the... read more

Reviewed 16 February 2013
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Along with the Roman Baths, this Corinthian-style temple, which held altars, monuments and other pediments, once occupied the main portion of the walled town of Bath.
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16 Feb 2013
“On another level”
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Reviewed 16 February 2013

The Temple Precinct lies about twenty feet beneath the modern, 18th century street-level of the area around the Pump Rooms above it, and is reached as part of the standard tour of the Roman Baths in general. The two, massive blocks of stone seen from...More

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