About Roman Thermae of Maximinus

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The Roman Thermae of Maximinus (Portuguese: Termas Romanas de Maximinos), are the archaeological ruins of a monumental building and public baths, whose construction was integrated into the urban renewal of the civitas of Bracara Augusta (later Braga), the Roman provincial capital of Gallaecia. The large public/civic construction consisted of a building, housing the baths, and a theatre, although the archaeological excavations continue.

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Rua Doutor Rocha Peixoto, Maximinos, Sé e Cividade, Braga, Norte, Portugal, 4700-036

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