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Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse, Kashan

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 130 reviews on the web
Elaborately decorated with turquoise and gold tiles, the quiet meditative ambiance of Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse evokes its past as an important public gathering place. The 16th-century hammam--named after a sultan who was buried in a nearby mausoleum--features an octagonal dressing area (Sarbineh) and a hot bathing hall (Garmkhaneh). It was restored on two occasions: after 1778 earthquake and in 1996. Take a self-guided tour through the hamam, and visit the rooftop to see many small domes and scenic views of the surroundings. To visit Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse and other attractions in Kashan, use our Kashan tour planner.
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  • Turkish bath was built in the 16th century, in addition to the main bath has a small room there, much wider than imagined. Anyway fashionable colours and decoration. This can go up on the roof, skylights, such as spacecraft was unique.
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  • If you avoid the tourist groups, it's beautiful and interesting: what life at this time! All the old houses to visit are located side by side. All interesting to see, there is a post for several houses
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  • this is a very elegant bathhouse with original tile work and elaborate decorations, lighting coming from the roof top was through the glass 
  • Lovely place must see
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