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Sauna, steam rooms, hot springs… the bathhouse culture spreads around the world in various forms. But do you know? It can be traced back to the Neolithic Age! At that time, the nomadic tribe sought natural hot springs to ease the cold.
The earliest known public bath in the world was built in the Lost City Mohenzo-Daro of the Indus Valley around 2500 BC and is known as the “big bath.” This huge bath made of sintered brick was unearthed in Pakistan in the early 1900s. Regarding its application, anthropologists claim that it may be used to the temple, because bathing and cleaning are linked to religious beliefs.
Later, about 300 BC, public baths gradually adopted the form from Romans. Bathing has also become a very important part of society. For many people, this is the only way to get rid of the tiredness that has accumulated for a period of physical labor. In addition, it was a mixed bath for men and women at the time because the baths were a major occasion for people to gather and socialize. Today, traditional public baths have spread all over the world and have evolved into different types to adapt and develop local culture, social norms and different customs and manners.
– The Turkish Hammam advocates purifying the body to purify the soul, which was promoted around 600 AD. It has also been used to celebrate major life events, such as bathing rituals have been incorporated into the wedding and childbirth. Today, the Turkish hammam is a meeting place for social events and relaxation. It is divided into three main areas: a large hot steam room made of marble in the center for massage, a warm room for bathing, a cool room for rest. There is a historic bathhouse worth visiting – Cagaloglu Hamami in Istanbul, a magnificent marble bathroom built in 1741.
-The origin of Finnish bathhouse culture is unknown, but traditional bathhouses date back to the 12th century. Today, about 2 million bathhouses are everywhere. Almost all Finns go to the bathhouse at least once a week. Many families also have portable saunas for wild camping. In addition to taking a bath, the sauna is also used for housework in a emergency, such as pickling meat, creating a sterile environment, and more. Rajaportin Sauna, the oldest public bath still in use in Tampere, was built in 1906. If there is an opportunity, just to try a historic SPA.
–In the history of Russia, villagers engaged in manual labor often go to the public baths. Every Sunday, it is also used as a spiritual baptism occasion. Today, most bathhouses often include a cold pool and a hot steam room with wooden benches of varying heights, and the higher you sit, the hotter the steam is. Sanduny Banya, built in 1806, is one of the oldest and most famous bathhouses in Moscow. It integrates swimming pool, fitness center, beauty salon and catering.
–In Hungary, besides to delicious Hungarian cuisine, there is a big leisure activity that is bathing. Hungary is a country that floats on the “hot springs”. This European country with the most abundant hot spring resources, full of perfumes and warm jade. Budapest has a very famous hot spring bath house, which is the Szechenyi Bath in the city park. The greatest feature of Budapest’s natural spring water is its medical efficacy, which is of great benefit for rheumatism, skin diseases and all kinds of inflammation. Therefore, Hungarians who like to bathe mostly have good skin and a very strong body.
–The hot springs of Japanese originate from natural underground hot springs and are produced in the intense volcanic activity in Japan. During the booming development of Japanese Buddhism in the 6th century, the aim of hot springs was to treat wounds, restore strength, and purify the mind. According to an empirical record, the earliest hot springs in Japan were built by the Buddhist monks who preached here. Most of Japan’s hot spring resorts have remained in primitive forms for thousands of years, including Dogo Onsen, located on Shikoku Island. It is said that the hot spring has a 3,000-year history of use.
–The South Korean bathhouse is open 24 hours a day and provides accommodation overnight, perfect for tired travellers. There are lots of saunas, steam rooms and hot tubs, and the materials used are very helpful to health. For example, jade can be used to relieve joint pain and the presure in the sauna; baked clay can be used to promote detoxification. In addition, body scrubs can also be performed to promote blood circulation. The huge Yongsan Hot Spring built in Seoul is very famous, there are sauna, swimming pool, fitness center, garden, food court, nail salon, golf course, internet cafe and cinema.
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