Kerman Vakil Bath
Kerman Vakil Bath is a part of Vakil Complex that in recent years functions as a traditional tea-house and is known as Vakil Teahouse and Restaurant. This structure has been established in 1893 in a magnificent structure driven from Zandieh Architecture. It is one of the historical and traditional baths of Kerman. This building has been constructed to imitate Ganjali Khan Bath. In 1990, the entrance of the bath was renovated in the architectural style of its establishing time. It is directly linked to Kerman Bazaar.
Kerman Vakil Bath Architecture
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Kerman Vakil Bath Location
How To Get To Kerman Vakil Bath
Head southwest on Shohada Sq toward Shariati St. Exit the roundabout onto Shahid Bahonar Blvd. Turn left onto Abouhamed St. Turn left onto Shahid Chamran St.
Head southwest on Shohada Sq toward Shariati St. Exit the roundabout onto Mirza Reza Kermani St. Turn right onto Ganjali Khan Bazaar.
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