Daut Pasha Hamam

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Daut Pasha Hamam

Daut Pasha Hamam (15th century) is an impressive monument of Islamic architecture and an art gallery.

Daut Pasha Hamam is a bath erected during 15th century by the grand vizier of Rumelia. There is quite great probability that it was built by the masons of the famous Debar Masonry School.

Built in the center of Skopje at 100 meters from the Stone Bridge, the Hamam was renovated in details in 1948.

The most impressive part is the roof consisted of 13 unequal distributed cupolas, 15 rooms exits in the inner part, different by size, mutually connected by pillar Passovers decorated by oriental ornaments. Besides Chifte Hamam and Mala Stanica nowadays is a part of the National gallery of Macedonia.

Daut Pasha Hamam has at its disposal collection dating back to 15th and 16th century including collection of paintings dating back to 18th and 19th century, as well as the modern Macedonian paintings.