The Meshlakh, or cooling-room
at the London Hammam in 1862

The Meshlakh, or Cooling Room at the London Hammam
< Image: Illustrated London News   (26 Jul 1862)

The Meshlakh, or cooling-room at the London Hammam in 1862, looking towards the north, ie, towards Jermyn Street.

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