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The historic bathhouses of Istanbul were built on the sites of the great thermae of the ancient Romans. Today, they are a last vestige of the bathing tradition that was celebrated across the Mediterranean for centuries. A visit to Istanbuls most spectacular bath, Cagaloglu Hamam, offers some surprising and occasionally disconcerting connections to the past.

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