Hamam al-Basha Public bath house
Hamam al-Basha is located south of the Citadel of Acre and is a public bath house that was built at the end of the eighteenth century. It is a magnificent structure with marble floors and imported ceramic tiles. There is an entrance hall that served as a dressing hall and in its center is a marble fountain. Off this hall is a hallway that leads to a series of hot rooms. The Hamam was renovated at the beginning of the 2000s. there is an audio-visual presentation to be enjoyed that follows the story of Acre throughout history through the story of an imaginary line of bathhouse attendants.
address: 1 Weizman St, Old Acre
Categories : Attractions
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