Great use of a fabulous building particularly as they tried to retain the interior roof decoration. The entrance price is 5 times cheaper than the newer modern art gallery near the fortress.
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The space of the old bath from the time of the Turkish empire is now a museum and a concert place... giving an extra dimension to the art. Drawing an imaginary line between the old and the new...
I wasn't real sure of what to think of this place when I approached it, it took walking around the building to learn it was an art gallery. The art was ok, I wasn't super taken with it. Interesting that one room was set up...More
Situated very near to the Stone Bridge , it took. Us two visits before we got into the Art Museum. The first time , the building was locked even though we arrived within opening hours . The second time we got in, there was only...More
This converted old Turkish Bath, now houses the National Gallery; and is worth a visit not only for a taste of Macedonian Art, but also to view the interior of the bath house.
The Daut Pasha Hamam is an art lovers place. I consider myself a philistine and so i am not really qualified to advice people on what separates a great gallery from another. however I loved the story behind the building. it was a turkish bathhouse...More
I did not care for the art inside, but it was worth going in just to see the building. There is also another art gallery in another bathhouse nearby, called the Cifte Hamam.
We have been for organized piano concert for children . Daut Pasha Hamam is very old turkish monument from 15 century also called turkis bath.There is 25 rooms.The space is perfectly acustic. Very calm and almost spiritual atmosphere. There is an exibition from different author...More
I came here first for the art and then for the building. The building is a historical monument of the Islamic culture and a representative example of the Islamic architecture. The Hamam (Turkish Bath) was built in the second half of the 15th century by...More