The bathhouse, built by the famous Armenian architect (Mimar) Sinan on the historical peninsula of Constantinople, has been repeatedly put up for sale in the past, but so far there have been no buyers. The bath (hammam) condition, built by order of the mother of Sultan Murad  III and Nur Banu Sultan in 1582 by a master architect, is a worry for lovers of history and culture. 

This beautiful structure has recently been used as a workshop and warehouse, as well as a store. It should be recalled that the Armenian “great architect Sinan agha”, as his contemporaries called him, was the largest architect of the period of Ottoman architecture, who was compared to Michelangelo.