Attached to the east side of the Great Mosque is Madrassa al-Qartawiyya, which was built by a Mamluk governor of the same name in the...
Madrassa al-Tuwashiyat, a law school with an attached mausoleum that dates back to around 1471, is on the main street of the gold souq...
To the west of the Khan as-Saboun is the 300-year-old Hammam al-Abd, the city’s only functioning bathhouse. Unfortunately, it’s only...
Hammam al-Nouri information
Lonely Planet review
Opposite the Al-Khairiah Hassan and Al-Nouriyat madrassas, you should see the entrance to the now derelict Hammam al-Nouri , a large public bath built around 1333. If you ask politely, the owner of the juice stand in front of the entrance should let you past to have a wander around the remains of the hammam beyond.