Yeni Hammam


An atmospheric 16th-century structure, this former Turkish bath has great acoustics. Today it houses a bar that's gone to great lengths to turn the lovely old historic space into something colourful, vibrant, and fitting for nights of music and celebration.

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2. Roman Forum

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3. Church of Osios David

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4. Church of the Panagia Achiropiitos

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5. Bey Hammam

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6. Monastirioton Synagogue

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7. Monastery of Vlatadon

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8. Atatürk House

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