About Lyon Roman Baths
The Lyon Roman Baths are thought to have been built in the second or third centuries AD.
The ancient bath complex would served ancient Lugdunum, as the city was known during the Roman period, when it was an important regional capital of the Roman Empire.
Only found in the 1970’s and then partially restored, they are hidden behind a set of modern buildings.
The Grand Roman Theatre of Lyon dates back to the late first century BC.
The Odeon of Lyon is a well-restored Ancient Roman theatre and part of a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Lyon Gallo-Roman Museum displays exhibits relating to the city’s time under the Roman Empire.
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