Victorian Turkish baths directory
   

                           

This is a single frame, printer-friendly page taken from Malcolm Shifrin's website

Victorian Turkish Baths: their origin, development, and gradual decline

        

Original illustrated page
                           
Other lists of Turkish baths—arranged by area and by user
                         

 

            
C. A checklist of some overseas establishments

Victorian Turkish baths in Europe

Last updated: 01 October 2016
           

Establishments are arranged alphabetically by country, city, and address.

Dates in red are sightings
Dates in blue are accurate openings or closures to the best of our knowledge

If you have access to local newspapers or other local information and wish to add, amend, or correct any dates, please do contact us.
          

Baths open to the public arranged by country, city, and address

 

AUSTRIA

VIENNA: Hotel Bristol Turkish Baths

1936

 

 

BELGIUM

SPA: Splendid Casino Turkish Baths

1922

 

 

DENMARK

COPENHAGEN: Tordenskjoldsgade

1869, 1891

 

 

FRANCE

DUNKIRK: Les bains dunkerquois

1897—

LYON: Le Hammam de Lyon (Dr Charles Depraz)

1869—

NICE: Le Hammam de Nice (Dr Charles Depraz)

1868—

PARIS: Rue Auber: Le Hammam, bains turco-romains

1876—

PARIS: Rue Cadet (16 bis): Le Balneum bains turco-romains

1891   

PARIS: Rue Neuve des Mathurins (56): Le Hammam

1879—

 

 

GERMANY

BADEN-BADEN: Römisch-Irische Bad im Friedrichsbad 

1877—OPEN

MUNICH: Müller'sches Volksbad

1901—OPEN

WIESBADEN: Das Römisch-Irische Bad

1913—OPEN

 

 

HUNGARY

BUDAPEST: Gellert Baths

1918—OPEN

BUDAPEST: Kiraly Baths

       —OPEN

BUDAPEST: Rudas Baths

       —OPEN

BUDAPEST: Szechenyi Baths

       —OPEN

 

 

SWEDEN

STOCKHOLM: Sturebadet

1885—1985

 
 
 
Nebahat Avcioglu, Columbia University, Paris, for information on the French baths
 

               

The original page includes a thumbnail picture which can be enlarged.
This can also be found at:

Les Bains Dunkerquois
      

 
 

        

Checklists of Turkish baths outside the British Isles

Top of the page
                   

 

All complete pages,
with images, footnotes,
glossary & bibliography,
can be reached from the

Printer-friendly single frame
versions of all text pages
(and from them, all images)
can be reached from the

You can bookmark this page

Home Page

You can print this page

Site map

Victorian Turkish Baths: their origin, development, and gradual decline

Comments and queries are most welcome and can be sent to:

malcolm@victorianturkishbath.org

The right of Malcolm Shifrin to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted by him
in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988