The Romanian road – Geoagiu, Hunedoara county

The traces of the paved road that led to the Roman baths from Germisara (Geoagiu-Bai) and which are still preserved today, speak eloquently about a social life and even a very active social life in these places, during the Roman occupation.

The Roman road in this sector was a secondary one (the secondary roads were the ones that connected the main roads, between different settlements and the main arteries – rustic villas, rural settlements, or roads that acquired an economic importance in time, that connected to the system of central communications, stone quarries, salt mines, iron or precious metals) but at the same time it was a main road (roads of major importance, main, rank I, were primarily military roads, both inland and limes roads, which connected the camps with each other and ensured the rapid movement of troops from one place to another, trade routes in general, ways of penetration of imported products and exit of products intended for export),because it was circulated intensely in the Roman era by a series of high officials from the province