Tourist Attraction

Grand Bath (Sarchoob Bath)

in Kangavar city | Kermanshah province
Tourist Attraction

Grand Bath (Sarchoob Bath)

Related to Kangavar city (located in Kermanshah province)
One of the ancient baths of Kangavar, is the Bozorg or big bath in the Sarjoob vicinity. The entrance door of bath faces the south. From the door 8 steps lead to a rectangular area. The arched ceiling of the stairs is in a zigzag style. This area leads to a Sarbineh (or a type of cloak room). The sarbineh is a quadrilateral area with four cylindrical monolithic stone pillars. On the pillars and walls zigzag arches can be noted and in this manner, 9 arches have formed in the cloak room ceiling. In the middle of the same there is an octagonal pool. The Hot-house is a large quadrilateral area with four integrated stone pillars alike those of the cloak room. The pillars and walls are adorned with zigzag archs. The dome being in the center. This bath has both architectural and tourism values.
Kangavar
Kangavar is located to the east of Kermanshah province and near the province of Hamadan. The same has a temperate mountainous climate. It is one of the historical towns of the country due to the Anahita Temple. This city was flourishing till the Sassanide period, but after ...
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