Traianoupoli Thermal Baths

Evros, Greece

The city of Traianoupoli was founded by the Roman emperor Trajan (r. 98–117) near the ancient town of Doriscus, and received his name. In the Roman period, the city was famous for its baths. The are today ruins of four baths of the Roman and Ottoman period. The Hana is an impressive baths building of the Roman period, renovated by the Ottoman Gazi Evrenos.


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Evros, Greece
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Founded: 2nd century AD
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Greece

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Χρήστος Karsten Schutte (11 months ago)
Worth a visit or a short detour.
XARALAMPOS 1978 (2 years ago)
The space is abandoned. More promotion by the state is needed. An untapped treasure.
Daniel Nuță (3 years ago)
Albert Smith (4 years ago)
Must visit plsce
Chris Zeimpekis (5 years ago)
'Hannah" is a 14th century building in Traianoupolis, A peculiar, elongated building. It consists of two rooms. It is estimated that it served as a station of government officials and soldiers or, according to others, as a Hani (hostel), so for this it is known by the name “Hani of the Evrenos Bey”.
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