Mahmut Pasha Hamam

Beyoğlu, Turkey

Mahmut Pasha Hamam

The Mahmut Pasha Hamam (Turkish: Mahmutpaşa Hamamı) is a historic Ottoman hammam (public bathhouse; Turkish: hamam) in Istanbul, Turkey. Founded by Mahmud Pasha, the grand vizier of Mehmet II, it was completed in 1466 and is one of the oldest surviving bathhouse structures in the city. It was part of the complex of the Mahmud Pasha Mosque, located northeast of the Grand Bazaar. After suffering damage over time, it was restored in the 20th century and now serves as a local shopping centre.

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