Gallo-Roman thermae

Where? Rue de Mamer, L-8209 Mamer

Gallo-Roman thermae

The remains of the Roman thermae were discovered during archaeological excavations near the ''Tossebierg'' in 1972, together with the remains of other Roman buildings. The walls of the thermal baths were reconstructed up to a height of 50 cm.

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Address: Gallo-Roman thermae
Rue de Mamer
L-8209 Mamer
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