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Sonnenberg Roman Bath 5
Please see part one, two, three, four, five, and six of the Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park series. Today’s posting is about their Roman Bath which was beautiful in its time. Right now it is in ruins but you can use your imagination on its former beauty. In 1914 Francis Allen designed the Roman Bath from an article that was published in The American Architect. Sonnenberg has a nice cafe where you can have your lunch. I had a wonderful sandwich, salad, and a great glass of ice tea! I love tea and am rather particular so I do not freely give out compliments. If you do visit Sonnenberg have your lunch there to help support them. They are not receiving funding from New York State and are depending upon weddings for their main revenue. I took one picture from the distance of a couple getting married. What a beautiful place for a wedding and reception.

Sonnenberg Roman Bath 4

Sonnenberg Roman Bath 3

Sonnenberg Roman Bath 2

Sonnenberg Roman Bath 1
Sonnenberg Wedding

Sonnenberg Gardens Cafe 2

Sonnenberg Gardens Cafe 1

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