The vaulted central chamber of this Zand-era bathhouse features some fine plasterwork and candy-twist columns. A series of costumed mannequins illustrate how Shirazis would have relaxed by the fountain after taking a bath in the handsome heat room, which has a vaulted ceiling, pillars and a small pool.
It is located near the Vakil Mosque. Due to change in the conditions of public baths, it has lost its original shape.
If you are going to Vakil bazar, then you should put a 15-20 minutes time to visit this hamam as well. This is not a turkish hammam; in this hamam you will find its own culture: some monuments are placed there to show you how people used to take shower, to do business and so on in this hamam
City of poets, Shiraz is home to the graves of Hafez and Sa'di, both major pilgrimage sites for Iranians. It's also home to splendid gardens, exquisite mosques and whispered echoes of ancient sophistication that reward those who linger beyond the customary ...
The said bath dates back to the Qajar period, and had two separate sections for ladies and gents. The tile-work of the clock room and spinal designed columns of this area, ...MORE
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