The said bath was constructed in unique style and adorned just as skillfully in the year 1280 AH . Its architecture being relative to the Zandiyeh-Qajar reigns. Its walls and floorings are finished in ceramic and tiles. The bath comprises of two sections, the cloak room and the bath itself. In the recent decades this historical structure has been converted into a traditional tea-house, and its entrance was repaired in 1990. A part of the hot bath today is a restaurant where regional dishes or food is being served.
( كرمان - حمام وكيل يا چايخانه سنتي وكيل )
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Noel_Byrne (13356) 2013-09-28 7:53
Great to see this fine building has a new life, and it looks like its very suited to its new purpose. Lovely busy scene with all the people enjoying the delights this place offers, and a great capture of the detail in the roof.
All the best
marabu61 (5867) 2013-09-28 8:36
This beautiful place is really well suited for a Tea house conversion. While the arches are impressive, the tiled walls are simply gorgeous. It looks like quite a lively place. The green lit center offers a good focus point from where to explore the scene. What is it?
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