Traditional Bath “Hammam” in Homeland
From the time of the Roman Empire around 33 BC, there are about 170 baths left. They consist of a pool or a basin, magnificent sculptures, a library and a large garden, which were used for games and sports. There are similar sites in Mesopotamia, Babylon, ancient Egypt, and India, but the first public buildings specifically built for bathing are the Roman ones. A distinctive feature of the “Roman bath” is the water heating facilities through a heating system similar to a boiler.