Hammam-e Ali Gholi Agha
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Qeysarieh Tea Shop
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Lonely Planet review
Located in the historic district of Bid Abad, this well-maintained (but poorly signed) museum of hammams is worth a look, especially if you didn’t visit the Hammam-e Sultan Mir Ahmad in Kashan.
To get here, walk west from Takhti Junction on Masjed-e Sayyed St, and turn right (north) down Ali Gholi Agha St, 50m beyond the junction with Tayab St. Walk about 250m, turn right inside a covered bazaar, and then left at the mosque.