It was called Jewish (Yahudi) Hamam due to its location within the Jewish district. It was constructed with firebricks and stones, imitating the Byzantine architecture and had two separate sections, for men and women. It had been fully operating until the beginning of 20th century. The Bazaar Hamam (Market Hamam), as it was also called due to its location, was built in early 16thcentury and is currently hosting a flower street market named “Louloudadika”. Various cultural activities are being held in its premises at present.