Archaeologists discovered Roman baths during excavations in the Swiss city of Baden; The History Blog spreads information.
Many of the remains of Roman baths are located in the center of Baden. Archaeologists found shrines and sacred buildings of the city. In the western part of the square, archaeologists came across architectural fragments, cornices, and altar stones.
The Roman resort town of Aquae Helveticae, called Baden in the Middle Ages, was built around the hot mineral springs of the Limmat River. These were the warmest and saltiest thermal springs in Switzerland, which is why the Romans thought they had healing power.