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Mihrimah Sultan Turkish Bath

Mihrimah Sultan Turkish Bath

Public buildings were built on the name of the sultan's spouses and children in the Ottoman Empire. The social complexes are formed with the inclusion of such buildings, and Turkish baths come out as one of the elements of these buildings. The social complexes which Süleyman the Magnificent had built in Fatih and Üsküdar for her most beloved daughter Mihrimah are an impressive examples at this point.

The Turkish bath of the social complex in Üsküdar is entirely non-functional today. However, Mihrimah Sultan Turkish Bath, a significant part of the complex in Edirnekapı region in Fatih, is almost a hand extending from centuries ago to today.

It was built in 1562-1565. The sections built both for the men and women were constructed in “double bath” style. The Turkish bath, of which only men section could be used for long years, was restored in 2010 and since then, it has been active with its women’s bath.

During the restoration, a pool and a sauna were added to Mihrimah Sultan Turkish Bath. The historical bath welcoming brick exterior walls and wooden interior walls is preferred for its reasonable prices. 

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