Neptune Baths Ruins at Ostia Antica

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The ruins of the Neptune baths at Ostia Antica, Rome, Italy. Ostia Antica was founded as Castrum in 355 BCE, probably purely as a military base. Due to the increasing importance of the Roman fleet and Mediterranean trade, Ostia developed into an important hub to supply the capital.

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