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The Idea to Create a Hammam in Novi Sad

 

“During my many travels to the East, I often visited hammams and took pleasure in their architecture and décor. Spiritually, have also felt that relaxation in hammams is immensely pleasant and reviving for the soul.

From the very first moment I saw the old, unused basement area under the vaults, it reminded me of some old Turkish bath. Since that moment, I have begun the realization of a plan to turn that space, both technically and in its design, into a steam bath, and at the same time to create an interesting and unconventional solution for health and recreation- right in the heart of Novi Sad. Throughout the realization of the project, I followed traditional norms of architecture and design and to some extent I added a large part my imagination.”

Dr MarijanaČuljak
Designer of the Novi Sad Hammam

 

Hammams in our region

 

Even though Novi Sad has existed as a city only since 1748, these regions have an interesting history that has been marked by numerous peoples and cultures. After the banishment of the Turks at the end of the 17th century, on the left bank of the Danube, opposite the Petrovaradin Fortress, which was built by the Romans, and restored and maintained by Hungarians and Turks, a settlement of soldiers, craftsmen and traders - today's Novi Sad – was founded.

Therefore, in the actual Novi Sad region, there are no historical Turkish baths, but in Bač, 60 km from Novi Sad, the remains of the original hammam can be found, dating back to 1578. The walls of several rooms have been preserved, with dishes from that era, as well as visible remains of ceramic pipes that served to transport hot and cold water.

There are several preserved hammams In Belgrade, which was, like the whole southern Serbia, under Turkish occupation for a long time. None of these hammams were preserved in their original purpose. The Konak (Royal Mansion) of Prince Milos and the Konak of Princess Ljubica both had hammams. In addition to these, which are part of courts, there are few remaining Turkish baths in Belgrade. The hammam of Prince Miloš in Admiral Geprat street, where the restaurant “Monument” is now located, was built in 1836-1837. It is assumed that a hammam in the Lower Town of Belgrade’s Fortress (today's Planetarium) was erected between 1860 and 1867, when the keys of the city went from Turkish into Serbian hands. During the First World War, the hammam served as a military bath,but was later devastated and destroyed in an explosion in 1944. The “Brothers Krsmanovic steam bath”, created in 1901, worked until the 1920s, around the remains of a former "Little Hammam", which is presumed to have originated from the 18th century.

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Upon arrival at the ATRIUM Hammam lobby, you will receive a complimentary tea and biscuit offering. Resting in the lobby, you will have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with the treatment that awaits you. You will also be able to choose the very content and the essence of the soap and oils, making each visit to the hammam personally focused on your needs and moods.

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Hammams in our region

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Even though Novi Sad has existed as a city only since 1748, these regions have an interesting history that has been marked by numerous peoples and cultures. After the banishment of the Turks at the end of the 17th century, on the left bank of the Danube, opposite the Petrovaradin Fortress, which was built by the Romans, and restored and maintained by Hungarians and Turks, a settlement of soldiers, craftsmen and traders - today's Novi Sad – was founded.

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21000 Novi Sad,
Serbia

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