Well maintained in the English city of Bath, the Roman Baths comprise of the remainders of the Temple of Aquae Sulis, Roman baths lying underneath the lane level of the modern city and filled due to the holy hot spring, and an attractive museum of relics. Among all these parts, the main attraction is the sacred spring whose waters of 460 degree Celsius increases by 1,170,000 liters daily since its origin, which is marked as the phenomenon of the gods.
Built by the Celts, originally, the shrine next to the springs was dedicated to the goddess Sulis who was considered to be the Roman Goddess Minerva following the Roman raid.
Continued with the name of Sulis, the ancient town was also named as Aquae Sulis (waters of Sulis) along with the shrine. Even today, the bath complex is known for the goddess’ miraculous powers of curing and [...]