This building is opposite the Atabakan Mosque of Shahr-e-Kord. It was constructed during the time of Atabakan of Lurestan and during the Safavid, Zandiyeh and Qajar periods was repaired. This bath (Hamam) or bath has a large exterior region that can be considered as a cloak room which adjoins the bath by a corridor. At both north and south sides of bath two rectangular ponds or pools exists. Around a large water reservoir to which access can be gained by four stony stairs, two beautiful cubic shelters are observed which are said to be special place for the elite during the summer season.
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