About Ganj Ali Khan Bathhouse
Ganj Ali Khan Bathhouse is one of the buildings of Ganj Ali Khan Complex in Kerman. This building was constructed in 1020 A.H. by Ganj Ali Beyk, known as Ganj Ali Khan, one of the governors of Kerman. The lighting of various spaces in this bathhouse is provided from the ceiling. The roof lights are inserted in the center or around the ceiling, they totally comply with the geometry of ceiling, and they show it lighter and create great shades on it. In addition, water ponds under these roof lights add to the beauty of the ambiance. The paintings of propylaeum, mu'arragh and seven-color tiles, adobe tiles with human figures, mugharnas, carved patterns, marble stones, karbandi, ponds and pools as well as assorted fountains are other features of Ganj Ali Khan Bathhouse. Currently, Ganj Ali Khan Bathhouse is being used as a Museum of Anthropology where wax sculptures of figures from various classes of the society are exhibited. Furthermore, at this museum, toiletries including tub, bowl, tray, pumice stone, classic combs, mirror, cedar and henna could be seen.