Thousands of years of Ani city in Eastern Turkey is fairly a legacy that has been moved from the past to the present. In the 11th century and beyond, when Seljuk dominance began intermittently, zoning activities developed extensively in the region, which remained an important center on trade routes. At this point, the Small Bath, which was built in the 12th century and started to serve the people, was one of the prominent hygiene and health-oriented structures of the cosmopolitan city Ani. Seljuk Bath, which was found as a result of archaeological studies conducted between 1990 and 1991; it was a complex complete with a variety of parts, including corridors, tepidarium, ashhan, dressing rooms and where the fire burned for hot water. The bath house, which has reached very well to this day with the pipes from the terracotta, has improved its appearance with the intense-gaining restoration work in recent years. The ceiling part is completely collapsed. The historic bath house in Ocaklı Village, which can be reached twice a day by bus services from Kars city centre, as well as private vehicles, taxis and tour buses, is waiting for its visitors in relatively residual scars, while some parts are standing.