Hamam of Peja

The Peja Hamam or Old Bath is an Ottoman-Turkish bath built in the second half of the 15th century. The building consists of an asymmetric "double" bath. According to some sources the bath was reconstructed in 1861 because of unknown reasons.[1] The bath was damaged during war and was reconstructed after. Today, the hammam serves as an exhibition hall for different art shows and more.[1]

The Old Bath seen from outside

42°39′32″N 20°17′47″E / 42.65877°N 20.296487°E / 42.65877; 20.296487

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  1. ^ a b Gail Warrander; Verena Knaus (2010), Kosovo, Bradt Travel Guides, p. 159, ISBN 978-1-84162-331-3

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