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The Licinian Baths (hall). Dougga, Tunisia.
Tunisia

The Baths of Licinius, or Winter Baths in Dougga, were built around A.D. 260 and rebuilt in the 4th century. On the north side was the almost exactly square entrance hall, surrounded by a colonnade of twelve columns supporting a "tube vault"

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