Medieval Baths at Ganja

When Sheikh Bahauddin finished building the Juma (Friday) Mosque, he built the Çokek Bath in 1606 again. The main function of the bath is to help Muslims perform ritual cleansing. Red bricks were used for the construction of the baths, and egg whites, clay and lime were used instead of mortar. The hammam worked until 1963.

In 2002, Çokek Hammam was awarded the protection status of UNESCO by acquiring the cultural artifact status at the international level.