It is the only public bath of the Mid-Byzantine era still preserved until today in Greece, and one of the few remaining secular buildings of that particular era. Its erection commenced in 1300 BC and fully functioned until 1940, for approximately seven centuries and this is the reason that this monument is considered a “living” part of the city’s social history.
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- Working hours:
- Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 10:00-13:00, Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: closed
Junction of Theotokopoulou Street and Krispou Street (Koule Kafe)