The Historic Hammāms of Cairo

@article{Fadli2008TheHH,
  title={The Historic Hammāms of Cairo},
  author={Fodil Fadli and Magda Sibley},
  journal={Journal of Architectural Conservation},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={59 - 80}
}
Abstract Hammāms (Islamic bathhouses) were key buildings in the Islamic city. Despite their large number and importance within the urban fabric of historic Islamic cities, they have rarely attracted much attention either from the academic community or from organizations dealing with the conservation and restoration of historic buildings. Studies of these buildings are scarce and rare. The future survival of the remaining ones is a real challenge to those concerned about the preservation of… Expand
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