About Girona Arab Baths
The Girona Arab Baths (Banys Arabs Girona) are a Romanesque 12th century creation built for King Alfons I.
Destroyed at the latter end of the 13th century by French invasion, the Girona Arab Baths were rebuilt between 1294 and 1296 and later incorporated into the convent built on the site in the 17th century.
Today visitors can enter the Girona Arab Baths with their stunning stonework, majestic columns, rectangular structure, frigidarium, apodyterium, and octagonal pool.
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