The Roman Baths, Cambridge

Roman baths, Jesus Lane
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The Roman Baths, Jesus Lane, Cambridge. This fine 1863 building was designed for the Roman Bath Company by Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. Although it is now a restaurant, one can easily visualise how the original cooling-room and swimming pool must have looked when it was first opened.

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