The turkish hamam Acre Israel

Moshe Cohen

Joined March 2008

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Hamam al Basha (the Turkish Bath)
A public bathhouse that was built by El-Jazar in the year 1795 in the format of the Oriental bathhouses that were common in the Turkish Empire during the 18th and 19th centuries.

The bathhouse has an entry room that serves as a dressing room, with a marble fountain in the center. A corridor leads from the entry room to a series of hot rooms, the last of which is a hexagonal steam room, with a domed roof supported by four marble columns, with four rooms for individual use, one at each corner.

The bathhouse building is an elegant one and is adorned with marble floors and imported ceramic tiles.

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