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Turkish bath [Tursko kupatilo] Hamam
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Turkish Bath HAMAM


Tursko bathroom is a spa in the central park and dates from the fifteenth century. Built by the Turks on the foundations of the Roman thermal baths. The first time it was rebuilt in the nineteenth century (1834th year.) Prince Milos Obrenovic. From this period dates and when the princes, which is under state protection and a museum value. In the Amam spa guests have wellness programs are different in thermal water. Indications: different kinds of rheumatism, post-traumatic conditions and conditions after injuries. As part of Amami is a natural inhalatorijum.

Source: Sokobanja, Srbija

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Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 07/08/2011
Updated: 19/08/2011
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Tags: amam; hamam; turkish; tursko; bath; kupatilo; sokobanja; sokobanji; soko banja; soko banji; serbia; srbija
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