This is one of the few surviving monuments of Ottoman architecture. The Ottoman bath is located in the center of Kilkis, at the intersection of Thessalonikis and N. Panagiotou streets. It is isolated, blocked from various other buildings and only its central dome stands out.
The bath was a place of social intercourse.
The Bath has a rectangular plan with a small footprint. The great room is square and it ends in a hemispherical dome with six rows of openings where the light was coming from. The openings are octagons witha peripheral device. There are four other smaller halls: a warm hall, two hot halls and a service room that its dome has been destroyed. TheBathstoppedoperatingaround 1960.