The Hagia Sophia Hurrem Sultan Hammam
Mimar Sinan's Monumental Work Hurrem Sultan Turkish Bath
Hagia Sophia Hurrem Sultan Hammam was constructed by the great Turkish architect Mimar Sinan in 1556 on the ruins of the historic Zeuksippos Baths.
The structure, in classical Ottoman bath style, has a double bath and it is 75m long. There is an epigraph in golden letters on a green background on the arch of the one of the world's most beautiful baths's
Hurrem Sultan Turkish Bath is located in Istanbul's Sultanahmet Square, right across the Hagia Sophia.
The Hagia Sophia Hurrem Sultan Hammam was renovated again in 2011 as a result of 3 years of meticulous work and with a USD 13 million budget. And the bath has reopened its doors after this renovation. The domes of the Turkish bath, which restored by staying
Shampoos, creams, lotions and soaps that used in the bath are all made with
There are 4 VIP rooms in the Hagia Sophia bath, which is entered through from the separate doors to the men and women sections.
Everything is considered in Hurrem Sultan Hammam according to the rituals that in the period it was first built. For example, as in Ottoman time, after the bath, sherbet and yogurt with honey are served to the guests.
All details are taken to fully ensure the hygiene in the bath by staff who are all
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