Ali Gholi Agha hammam

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Ali Gholi Agha hammam
حمام علیقلی‌آقا
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Ali Gholi Agha hammam is located in Iran
Ali Gholi Agha hammam
Location within Iran
General information
StatusCultural
Typehammam
Architectural styleIsfahani
LocationIsfahan, Iran
Coordinates32°40′06″N 51°40′03″E / 32.6682°N 51.6674°E / 32.6682; 51.6674Coordinates: 32°40′06″N 51°40′03″E / 32.6682°N 51.6674°E / 32.6682; 51.6674

The Ali Gholi Agha hammam is a historical hammam in the Bidabad district of Isfahan, Iran. The hammam was built in 1713 by Ali Gholi Agha, who was a courtier of two Safavid kings Suleiman I and Sultan Husayn. Its architectural style is Isfahani and it was built in the late Safavid era. The structure consists of one large hammam and a small hammam and also a Howz. Each of these hammams consists of a dressing room and a Garmkhaneh (hothouse), so that they could be used in that time separately by men and women. At present, the structure is a museum and can be visited by tourists.[1][2]

Ali Gholi Agha and his brother Khosro Agha, who built Khosro Agha hammam, were two well-known benefactors in that time.

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