This Iranian bathhouse was built in the 16th century, during the Safavid era. The bathhouse is named after Imamzadeh Sultan Amir-Ahmad, whose mausoleum is nearby.
Sultan Amir-Ahmad Bathhouse, with an area of around 1,000 square metres, consists of two main parts: the dressing hall and hot bathing hall.
The interior of the bathhouse is decorated with turquoise and gold tilework, plasterwork, brickwork, as well as artistic paintings. The roof of the bathhouse is made of multiple domes that contain convex glasses. They provide sufficient lighting to the bathhouse while concealing it from the outside.
Here are the Mizan News Agency’s photos of the unique Iranian bathhouse in Iran’s Kashan: