Being the only remnants of the now-extinct town of Medina Mayurqa, these historic baths have stood up well against the test of time. Probably a part of some nobleman's house, the baths now serve as a major tourist attraction for visitors to the Island. In its hay day it served as the social hub of the city for gatherings, ceremonies, or even just to relax. This bath was most likely constructed from left over ruins from the Roman Empire. You'll notice that each of the columns is unique, leading archaeologists to believe that this is an early example of recycling.
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