Hammam
Kerman, Iran
Built in 1631, the Ganj-i Ali Baths are located on the southern side of Ganj-i Ali Square, off a section of Vakil Bazaar known as Bazar-i Ganj-i Ali Khan. It is composed of a disrobing room, cold room and hot room, all covered with domes carried on squinches.

The baths were converted into an ethnological museum in 1971.

Source:

"Ganj-?Ali Khan." Encyclopedia Iranica [Accessed March 20, 2005]

Hillenbrand, Robert. Studies in Medieval Islamic Architecture Vol. II, 497-498, 522, 539, 577-578. London: Pindar Press, 2006.
Location
Kerman, Iran
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Events
1611/1020 AH
Style Periods
1501-1722
Variant Names
Hammam
Hamam-e Ganj Ali Khan
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Hammam of Ganj 'Ali Khan
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Bath of Ganj 'Ali Khan
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Ganj-i Ali Khan Complex
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Building Usages
hammam
baths
museum
public/cultural