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Chahar Fasl (Four Seasons) Museum
Arak

حمام چهار فصل در حدود یک صد سال پیش توسط شخصی به نام حاج محمد خوانساری ساخته شده .این حمام از چهار بخش مجزای مردانه زنانه حمام مخصوص اقلیت های مذهبی وحمام خصوصی تشکیل شده .آب مورد نیاز حمام از آب جاری قنات تامین می شده .تقریبا تمام بنای داخلی حمام بوسیله کاشیهای معرق هفت رنگ تزئین شده .گنبد سربینه بر روی 8 ستون که به اشکال بسیار زیبای گل و مرغ و سرباز قاجاری کاشیکاری شده است استوار می باشد .نام چهار فصل بر گرفته از تابلوهای کاشی خوش نقش و نگاریست که در ارتباط با چهار فصل سال منقوش شده و در قسمت سربینه حمام مردانه واقع است .هم اکنون مساحتی از بناشامل سربینه مردانه گرمخانه رختکن هشتی بین گرمخانه و رختکن به موزه اختصاص یافته و اشیاء بسیار مهمی متعلق به دوره های مختلف قبل و بعد از اسلام در آن نگهداری می شود.این بنا درمرکز شهر اراک و در خیابان دکتر بهشتی قرار دارد.

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