The Antonine Baths of Carthage make up part of the 3000 year old city located approximately 15km north of Tunis in Tunisia. Wandering around the site it was amazing to see how much of the city has survived, especially some of the tile work that would have once been marvelled at by the Romans back in the day.
Antonine Baths of Carthage
February 15, 2012 | POSTED IN Featured Photos
Stunning shot. Would love to visit the area myself someday.
I think Tunisia is quickly becoming my top country in North Africa to visit due to sites like this…
The picture is so solemn and sad. Do you think this place is haunted? Looks as if it is. Creepy but astonishing.
Hi Everyone !
There are two types of sites in Carthage ( Built in 3000 BC before foundation of Rome). The first ones are ruins left from the old city of Carthage (not too much left after destruction by Rome including the famous harbor) and other Roman ruins like the Antonine Baths. Just a tip as I am Tunisian and visitors might confuse both ruins. Roman ruins are part of Tunisian history but still, I have enormous attraction to the Carthaginian ones 🙂