The historical spring, built during the Roman Empire in the city of Adiyaman-Samosat in Western Armenia, attracts the attention of local and foreign tourists. Water has been flowing from a Roman spring for centuries.

The city of Adiyaman is home to the historic Nemrut Mountains, the 1800-year-old Jendere Bridge, the ancient city of Perre, included in a UNESCO World Heritage List.

The spring used to meet the water needs of the ancient city of Perre, one of the most important cities in the region. This spring attracts local and foreign tourists with its cold water in summer and hot water in winter.