Wroxeter (or Viroconium) in Shropshire was the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. It began life as a legionary fortress and later developed into a thriving civilian city.
Today much still remains below ground, but the most impressive features are the 2nd century municipal baths and the remains of the huge wall dividing them from the exercise hall in the heart of the city.
There is also a reconstructed town house, which is featured in this collection of pictures.
At the centre of Wroxeter village is Saint Andrew's Church, some of which is built from re-used Roman masonry.
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