Bath was founded by the Romans around 60 AD, when
they began building around the hot springs in the
area. The Roman's pulled out of England around 410,
as their Empire began crumbling. The main Roman Baths
can still be visited, they are now situated below a
large building from the 1800s.
The Saxons took control of the city around 577, by
when, few of the large Roman stone buildings were
In the early 1500s, Bath Abbey was built, along
with a number of other substancial stone
The late 1700s saw the city of Bath transformed
with the construction of many large Georgian
buildings, leading to it being referred to as one of
the top architectural cities in the UK.
The city today attracts vast numbers of visitors
with a wide range of museums, tours, accommodation,
restaurants and the novelist Jane Austen.
More history of Bath at: Wiki-Bath