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.