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Vezneciler Turkish Bath

Vezneciler Turkish Bath

The Vezneciler Turkish Bath was built in 1481 by the Ottoman Sultan Beyazıt II to provide income to the Süleymaniye Madrasah. . The other information about this Turkish Bath reveals that although it was put into service as a mansion bath, it was later opened to the public. The Turkish Bath, which served many important statesmen and Pashas, was renovated in 1950. Bearing traces of history from the past to the present, the structure is worth seeing with its ornaments on its marble columns.

Located in Fatih, Istanbul, opposite the Kuyucu Murat Paşa Shrine, the Vezneciler Turkish Bath takes its name from the district in which it is located, that is Vezneciler. It is easy to access due to its proximity to Kapalı Çarşı (the Grand Bazaar), Beyazıt Mosque, Şehzade Paşa Mosque, and Süleymaniye Mosque that are one of the first historical sites of the city that comes to mind; Vezneciler Turkish Bath is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The first and only historic Turkish Bath built on two floors continues to serve both men and women today.

Vezneciler Turkish Bath can be a good alternative to relax your body and ensure your inner peace. You can experience the Turkish Bath experience, which is a reflection of Turkish culture, by lying to the famous heated marble platform and getting a massage.  

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