About Budapest Bath Museum
The Budapest Bath Museum (Thermae Maiores) houses the ruins of the Roman baths complex of the military base that existed on this site from the first to the fourth centuries AD.
It would have formed part of the Roman city of Aquincum, which served as the capital of the Roman province of Pannonia, later Lower Pannonia, and reached its peak around the second century AD with as many as 40,000 inhabitants.
The Hungarian National Museum is a museum of history, archaeology and art in Budapest.
Aquincum is a large Ancient Roman site in Budapest housing the remains of part of what was an important military base and city.
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