Medieval Hamam

The Hamam is located on the southwestern edge of the castle. The steam bath is another legacy of medieval life in Kruja. The Hamam was built at the end of the 15th century, and consists of four areas: the changing room, the middle room which has remnants of a tank, and two separate bathing areas with water supplied by the well of the square. In the middle of the main room is the kettle where water was heated. This Hamam was used by the city’s elite. In 1963, it was proclaimed a first degree cultural monument