Bath House of the Winds

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The Bath House of the Winds the only one surviving from the public baths of Athens dates from the first period of the Turkish occupation (1430-1669) and is close to the Roman Agora. It consisted of locker rooms, cool and warm area, and had different shifts for men and women, while in around 1870 they created distinct wings form men and women. Nowadays it houses a collection of the Museum of Greek Folk Art.
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