This fascinating, though slightly tacky museum contains a small collection of wax dummies I showing the viewer what to do in a bath house. originally built in the 17th century as a bathhouse by the governor of Kerman, Ganjali Khan.
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imageme (1096) 2013-12-12 16:19
Hi Mehrdad, An interesting scene of Bathhouse. the image is tilted a bit to the left side, I think you could correct it easily with PP works. The man on the right seems teaching. Those pots and plates look like artifacts to me. Good lights. Thank for sharing
MGHPARSI (737) 2013-12-13 1:34
Very nice Image from Ganj Ali Khan Bath in Kerman City.
dekanski (1757) 2013-12-13 10:29
Thanks to your series of photos we're a little peek into the traditional life of Iran. This one is especially valuable! Thank you!
maloutim (9621) 2013-12-15 13:10
I had to look twice before realizing these two figures are made of wax ! It's quite bluffing !
Nice museum showing the luxury of Persian baths.
Are public baths with hamams and such like, still a current thing in Iran ?
Thanks for sharing.
omid266 (2160) 2013-12-18 6:27
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Very well , Thanks alot for your good works and fotos .
Good Luck !
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