Turkish bath

Turkish bath

Turkish bath

Laconicum: In ancient times, led into the hot air in environments created for the so-called “Roman bath”. Today, perimeter heating on floors and walls with the addition of hot air flow, allow us to obtain free environments humidified with a medium of 55 °, resulting in sweating resulting in a completely natural remedy for eliminating toxins and rejuvenating our body.

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Much more than just a place to cleanse the skin, it is intimately bound up with everyday life, a place where people of every rank and station, young and old, rich a poor, townsman or villager, could come freely. Women, as well as men, made use of the “hammam”, as the bath is known in, although of course at separate hours.

From the individual’s point of view, the hammam was a familiar place from the earliest weeks of life right up to its end. The bath combines the techniques of the Roman bath with that of the central Asian steam bath, called the Roman baths, hammam, which is actually an Arabic word.

The shamanistic and Buddhist, having emigrated from central Asia to what is now Turkey, converted to Islam after the Muslim conquest of Transoxiana between the 7th and 8th century AD.

It was during this period that the Hellenized Roman cultures heavily influenced each other and gave birth to cultural fusion that is the sauna. Some of the early saunas were in old Roman while others were built next to mosques, serving both as communal centers and as houses of worship.

Scandinavian sauna but is closer to a Roman bath. It is based on the same principles as the steam, but the focus is on water and not steam

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