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The history of Persian baths back to before Islam in Iran,and number of bathhouses in each city would show how big that city can be,Vakil Bath in Shiraz is a beautiful and good sample of Persian bath,also the local music and recorded voice of the...More
I use to visit all the bath museum in any city in Iran. This one is my favourite specially because of the sounds of storyforteller in the whole area. You can imagine how public bath in the old Iran was. Very interesting. You can also...More
worthy place! they represent most old careers in wax figures.
This is a place of a complex called The Zandiye! Includ Vakil Bazaar, Vakil Masque, Vakil Bath and Arg-e-Karimkhan. U can visit all of them in half of a day.
Public bathhouses existed in the Iranian culture prior to Islam but were later given much more importance due to their significant role in Islamic principals, where ritual purity was attained through washing one’s body and was a requirement of religious life. Many of these baths...More
Truthfully I was surprised to see the wax figures inside the hamam as I have visited other 'baths' in England and Turkey.
It was actually quite nice inside the hamam as it was cool and had the feel/atmosphere of an ancient bath.
There was a...More
Better to visit there in the afternoon because the architecture of this place is designed for hot baths so it’s sultry, this place represents most careers of old time which doesn’t exist anymore and some which does.
Part of the place represents the very old...More
Oo I enjoy this place a lot! You can see the statues of different type of people in the old Shiraz such az doctor,teacher,dentist,... and in one room they play a traditional wedding song which is originated from Shiraz but very famous in whole country!...More
Nice baths (but I preferred the smaller one inside the citadel just few minutes away by walk).
No english translations so you have absolutely no idea of how it was working or who was using/working there :(