The Ottoman Bath
The Ottoman Bath in Amasra was built in the 17th century. The cold part of the bath was destroyed. Warm and cold water reservoirs are intact. Warmness is covered by a central dome and two half domes. The four corners remind the architecture of the Anatolian Principalities Period.
Evliya Çelebi referred to the bath as a “Bath-i-Dilküşa” (open-minded, spacious bath). Today it is preserved in a tea garden.