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    Aire de Sevilla, a 16th-century mansion turned public bathhouse

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      Built over Roman ruins, this 16th-century mansion was turned into a public bathhouse where you can rest tired feet in thermal baths and hammam banns arabes. Spa services such as a massages and facials add a modern update to the ancient tradition.

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      Aire de Sevilla, a 16th-century mansion turned public bathhouse

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