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Wazir Khan Hammam

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Wazir Khan Hammam

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Kathleen R wrote a review Dec 2019
Salado, Texas144 contributions19 helpful votes
Looking at the amazing duct work required to service the hammam, it is awe inspiring. How wonderful it must have been to experience the cool areas and the hot areas. Such a wonderful place!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Tayyaba F wrote a review Oct 2019
Lahore, Pakistan366 contributions70 helpful votes
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Shahi Hammam is one of the treasure of great old walled city, recently restored by Agha Khan trust. The Hammam is accessible through Dehli Gate by walk. The Royal Baths ( Shahi Hammam) are excellent piece of heritage from Mughal era. we visited the Hammams with our foreigner friends from Portugal and they love the place.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Fahd_Vohra wrote a review May 2019
Karachi, Pakistan1,099 contributions50 helpful votes
Shahi or Royal Hamam is accessible from Delhi gate in old Lahore, greatly restored by Agha Khan trust and Norwegian govt, it gives you a rare inside of the lives of the Mughal emperors of the past,build by shah Jahan physcian Wazir Khan,
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Saleem B wrote a review Jan 2019
Lahore, Pakistan31 contributions4 helpful votes
It was really an excellent visit and it enhance our knowledge regarding craftsmanship of our forefathers. It makes us proud about skill and intelligence of our ancestors
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Khalid K wrote a review Jan 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates25 contributions11 helpful votes
Until very recently, the hammam was invisible. It consisted of some dusty, nondescript old shops. The Aga Khan Foundation and its civil society partners have done a magnificent job. They have uncovered a beautifully preserved hammam (one of dozens that used to exist in Lahore, and apparently the only one still remaining). The hammam cleverly reveals some amazing and profoundly surprising Mughal era frescos (which looked European/Greek to my untutored eye) and, in so doing, did a superb job of showing how the hammam heated and channeled hot water and steam to its eager patrons in the mid 1600s. Like the Wazir Khan Mosque closeby, the hammam was built by the eponymous Mughal governor of Lahore. It is well worth a visit. If you are there at dusk, be sure to check out the massive ancient tree in the courtyard, glittering with orange fairy lamps. The restaurant wasn’t open when I visited. If it was, it would make a sweet, soulful place to spend some time soaking up the place. God bless the people responsible for bringing Lahore’s past back to life. History matters, and it is only through seeing, touching, and tasting the past that we can challenge today’s ignorant or malicious populists who all too often pervert and twist history to justify their sometimes hate-filled and intolerant agendas.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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