Turkish baths in Scotland

Aberdeen: Justice Mill Lane

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Bon Accord Swimming Baths

When they were built in 1940 , the new swimming baths were reported to have cost a total of £100,000. The Turkish baths suite upstairs included medicated baths, a solarium for ‘sun-ray treatment’ and a lounge.

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