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The Turkish Hammam

  Acre 2003
 
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Hammam el-Basha was built at the end of the eighteenth century by Ahmad el-Gazar and is named after him - Hammam Pasha.
It was operative until 1948, and since then has been a preserved site. Apart from its beauty and architectural significance, the Hammam held a pivotal role in the daily and cultural life of the Ottoman community.
  We chose to tell the history of Acre in the Ottoman period as the walls of the bathhouse would have "heard" it from the bathers while undressing and enjoying their bath and massage. The visitor's center is built as an audio-visual experience in which the audience has the opportunity to meet the last bath attendant on the premises.
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