Jehudi Hamam

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Night view of Jehudi Hamam, a building from the Othomanian period, which has gotten its name (Jahudi: Jewish) because it is located in a neighborhood with Jewish businesses. It was probably built in the late 15th or early 16th century.
It is also known under other names, such as  «Halil Aga hamamı» (Bath of Halil Aga), «Pazar-ı kebir hamamı» (Bath of the Great Market), «Pazar hamamı» (Bath of the Market) or ” Kadınlar hamamı »(Women’s Bath).
It is located at the junction of Vasileos Herakliou, Fragkini and Komninon street, in the area of Louloudadika, in the Center of Thessaloniki / Greece.

Photo © Aris Papadopoulos