During the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I the Great (483-565) bathrooms were built in Nesebar (ie. Pomegranate. Therms). Although they are not completely intact, the bathrooms are an impressive monument from the Byzantine period. According to historical chronicles in these baths Emperor Constantine IV was treated in 680. Bathrooms are located in the lowest part of the north coast, north of the church "Sv. Ivan.". Only about 2/3 of the area - porch, main room and the room with the pool. The rest remains in the new buildings.