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The Central Thermal Baths of Vasio
The Thermes du Centre (Central Thermal Baths) of Vasio (Vaison-la-Romaine), of which the entrance arch is still visible today, allowed the inhabitants to go to the baths, to do physical exercises in the palestra and the swimming pool but also to educate themselves. They consisted of rooms with different temperatures - the frigidarium (cold room), the caldarium (hot room), and the tepidarium (warm room) - maintained by a hypocaust and had latrines. They were supplied by an aqueduct that captured the waters of the Groseau spring and led them to the water tower, the starting point of the various hydraulic networks of the ancient city.
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