Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse 

Also known as the Qasemi Bathhouse, Sultan Amir Ahmad bathhouse (Hammam-e Sultan Amir Ahmad) is a traditional public bathhouse constructed in the 16th century, during the Safavid era.

In an area of around 1000 square meters, this bathhouse consists of two main parts: the sarbineh (dressing hall) and garmkhaneh (hot bathing hall). The sarbineh is a large octagonal hall and has an octagonal pool in the middle, separated by 8 pillars from the outer section. The four pillars in the garmkhaneh, make smaller bathing rooms all around as well as the entrance section to the khazineh (final bathing room) in the middle. The interior of the bathhouse is decorated with turquoise and gold tilework, plasterwork, brickwork, as well as artistic paintings. The roof of the bathhouse is made of multiple domes that contain convex glasses to provide sufficient lighting to the bathhouse while concealing it from the outside.

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