The Baths of Gadara,
Located about 3km northwest of the city of Gadara, they have always been known for their thermal springs. The ancient resort located at the junction of the Yarmuktal and the Jordan Valley is today in Israel. A few kilometers upstream, there are also thermal springs on the Jordanian side. Due to the political upheavals, this place Mukeiba with its Hotel, which flourished until 2005, is barely visited or militarily closed off.
Through these various sources in the immediate proximity, Gadara was never directly associated with an aqueduct to alleviate water needs. However, the old commentators disregarded the fact that the city of Gadara is over 500 meters altitude above Hamat Gader. For the Roman flowering period, especially during the Pax Romanum, "running water" was essential.