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.
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daddo (20639) 2013-10-01 17:00
Salam Mehrdad.I wish I was there for this place has everything- history, architecture, music, food and of course tea. Hopefully I shall visit Iran in the next year or two. It has always been my dream to go to your beautiful country. Your photo catches the mood of the place nicely- it is a place to go with friends and relax. Regards. Klaudio.
Noel_Byrne (13356) 2013-10-03 2:59
And now we have music and song :) viewing you series from this place is I've watching the pieces of a jigsaw come together, with each one e get a more detailed glimpse of what the place offers. I love that you focus. On the architecture first, then the life of the place, now the entertainment. A great series of posts and a brilliant way to showcase this beautiful building.
All the bst
MGHPARSI (679) 2013-10-03 5:39
Very Good Theme.
I like it.
dekanski (1069) 2013-10-05 1:09
well captured the atmosphere! It would be better if you moved a little to the left!