Set in an affluent suburb of Bulgarian city we find this large abandoned mineral bath house.
Construction began in 1907 with many locals involved in aiding to the process and no expense was spared. Quality materials were sourced from France, Belgium and Vienna. When the baths finally opened in 1911 they were the most expensve bath house project in Bulgaria!
Built symmetrically there were two wings from the grand entrance which eventually lead to the baths at each end, one for men and one for women.
The condition of the baths is surprisingly good considering they closed in 2001 due to lack of government funding and a general lack of interest. There were a number of other baths in the area so competition was probably quite fierce.
I have read that renovations are going to take place here but I am unsure of its future purpose.
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