Karacabey Hamam, Ankara

The Karacabey Hamam is an old traditional Turkish bath in Ankara. It was built during the 15th century during the Ottoman period. The Karacabey Hamam was built in honor of the Ottoman commander Karacabey and it was named after him. The Turkish bath was restored at the end of the 20th century and nowadays it…

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Sengul Hamam, Ankara

The Sengul Hamam also belongs to the original Turkish baths in Ankara. It was constructed during the 18th century during the heyday of the Ottonam reign and from that moment on it has been drawing the interest of people from all over the world. During the 19th century the hamam was rebuilt and nowadays its…

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Demirhan Hamam, Antalya

Demirhan Hamam is said to be one of the most visited Turkish baths in Antalya because it offers vast opportunities for leisure and relaxations. It is a preferred place to visit either by tourists or by locals. The Demirhan Hamam offers a wide range of massages that will meet the expectations even of the most…

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Sefa Hamam, Antalya

Sefa Hamam is among the most popular Turkish Baths in Antalya. It is also one of the oldest baths of its kind in the resort as it was restored during the 15th century. Here you will receive one of the best services related to the traditional bathing in Turkey and for sure you will enjoy…

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Kara Mustafa Pasa Buyuk Kaplica Hamami, Bursa

The Kara Mustafa Pasa Buyuk Kaplica Hamam is a traditional Turkish bath located in the famous region Caplica – the place where you will find a great variety of thermal springs. The bath was built during the 15th century and because of its convenient location it became a popular place for relaxation! Today the bath…

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Yeni Kaplica, Bursa

Yeni kaplica mean of New Thermal Baths. Evliya Çelebi, a Turkish traveler in the 17th century, says Süleyman I ordered his vizier Rüstem Pasa to rebuild the small baths in Bursa with sulfurous hot spring water where he was cured of his gout. The New Thermal Baths, Yeni Kaplica, was built in 1552 (960 A.H.)…

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Eski Kaplica, Bursa

The Eski Kaplica (Old Baths) was commissioned by Murad I to be built over the hot springs at the foot of the hill in Çekirge using existing Byzantine (and previously Roman) foundations. The building was restored in 917 A.H. (1511), 1617, 1680 and more recently in the late eighties when its management was passed onto…

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Keceli Hamam, Bursa

The Keceli Hamam is one of the best known traditional Turkish baths in Bursa. No one knows exactly the time when it was founded. It is said that the Keceli Hamam dates back to the 14th century when it was used only by women. Today it is still a Turkish bath visited only by women….

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Cekirge Hamam, Bursa

The Cekirge Hamam belongs to the old traditional Turkish baths in Bursa. It was established in 1365 during the Ottoman reign and today it is still considered to be one of the greatest examples of the Ottoman architecture. The construction of the Cekirge Hamam was initiated by the local women and they were the only…

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Haseki Hurrem Hamami, Istanbul

Haseki Hurrem Bath located in Istanbul.  The twin-baths of Haseki Hürrem were built in 1556 by head-architect Sinan for Hürrem Sultan (d. 1558), the first wife (bashaseki) of Süleyman I and mother of Selim II known also as Roxelana. These baths served the Hagia Sophia mosque. They consist of matching men’s and women’s sections that…

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