Jublains is a major historical site, famous because of its ancient beginnings as a Roman city. A church that stands upon the central point of the tiny city is in fact a museum. At some point during the 1877, renovations to the church came to an abrupt halt; what lay beneath the foundations were no less than the remnants of a Roman bathhouse, dating back to first century AD. Radiating east from the city centre, the ruins of a Roman arena can be found. There are, in fact, two sets of foundations, both Roman, but of differing timeframes. At some point during Roman times, the original plans had to be reworked because the increasingly popular gladiator fights and animal sport required more space, as well as more fortified protection for the spectators.

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