14 Nisan 2007


The Turkish bath, Which is the only building constructed by the Turks in the castle of the Knights, stands of the south of the chapel. Leaning on the curtain wall, the bath is perfectly set in the castle.It has a rectangular dressing room, a domed washing chamber and behind it a small stoke-hole where the water was heated.There is an inbuilt empty space beneath the washing chamber’s floor, Hotair and water was circulated under and inside the walls. The antique Roman bath tradition has come down to our days through the Ottoman Turks. This bath was built around 1895 when the castle begun the used as a prison. The hamam is restored and the ethnographical objects of the Turkish bath are exhibited here.

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