The Turkish bath for women
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Also known as "Turkish bath" or "Oriental bath". Traditional hammams are traditionally segregated by gender: either separate rooms or times of use for women and men are different. In hotel complexes, it can usually be visited by men and women. On the walls are sinks with hot and cold water, with which you regularly pour over. In the middle of the room is the umbilical (Göbek Tasi). Good information is Wikipedia. A very interesting report on the hammam culture of Istanbul, historical and current, can be found on

In combination with a silk glove, a full body peeling.

Sabun is the soap. The relaxing soap massage is called Sabunlama, and is practised after the Kese.

The pestemal is a checked cloth which can be wrapped around the hips. These may also be used to sit on during your bath in the Hamam so that one does not sit directly on the stoned tiles.

With this bowl, usually engraved, one pours the water from the Turkish bath gently over the entire body.

Ayran is a refreshing drink made from yogurt, salt and water.


  • Preview of the photo project "The Coronaband"

  • Mervie dances on Women's Day

  • Celebrate Women's Day in the Hamam - Sunday, March 8, 2020 - 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

  • trans* inter*&friends evening every third Tuesday of the month from 6 p.m. - from 19 May 2020

  • Opening hours 24.12.19 to 1.1.20

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