Bath-hamam XVI – XIX centuries.

The bath-house had 7 rooms, 4 of which have an underfloor heating system connected to a combustion chamber located in the southern part. The outline of the building close to a rectangle with a small sub-square ledge in the southwest corner. The construction made from square and rectangular bricks, fired and raw.

In the northern part of the bath-hammam, there is a cold dressing room - a large rectangular room with a long corridor fixed on the stone bases of wooden columns. From the dressing room, a passage in the south wall goes to 4 warm heated rooms, the floors are lined with burnt bricks. To the north, room 4 is linked to a large water tank. On the south, room 3 is linked adjoined a furnace with a massive stove. From the south-west and south-east sides, the warm rooms are attached with two cold rooms with exits, probably used for household needs.

From the south and northeast sides, 4 big living rooms with tashnau, hearths, stoves and tandoors are attached to the bath-hammam. Small hutch rooms are in 2 houses in the south.

The Kultobe bath-hammam dates back to the XV-XIX centuries.