Investigación arquitectónica de los baños históricos y el análisis del espacio interior, estudio de caso: la reactivación y la reparación del baño Bazar (baño Gambar Amu) en Shabestar
The very ancient bathrooms of Iran are very popular, beautiful, valuable and historical. The aspects of social, cultural, sanitational
and medical have been taken into account in these bathrooms. The people of Iran have had a long history about bathing and through
the appearance of Islam it can be said that the interior architecture of the bathrooms were like each other in Iran. The present study
is about the very ancient historical bathroom of Ganbar Amu in Shabestar which dates back to the Qajar era. At present the
mentioned bathroom is being repaired so that its beauty and value can be preserved. This is a descriptive-analytical study and the main
goal of the study is to introduce the historical spaces of the ancient bathrooms and presenting a restoration polanning for the historical
bathrooms like Ganbar Amu bathroom in Shabestar.
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