hamam

In Islamic architecture, a bath house, either public or private. ...
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Hamam

A public bathhouse. It usually takes the form of a central, domed, hot room surrounded by smaller domed rooms. There will also be ancillary rooms, including a disrobing room and a cool room.
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Hamam

[soap] Hamam is a brand of soap made in India and marketed by the Indian unit of Unilever. The name comes from the Arabic/Persian/Hindi word Hammam which refers to a public bathing establishment in the middle-eastern countries. It was once a leading bath soap brand in India. ==About== Hamam soap was established in 1931 as a mild soap that c...
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