Gotha town baths, Germany

The Gotha town baths were established between 1907 and 1909 in the late Art Nouveau. The building has a decorative Art Nouveau facade with three dimensional motifs and rolling steps with wrought iron handrails. Internally there were glazed wall tiles, mosaic floors and leaded glass, which for the large part were restored and recycled in accordance with conservation regulations.

The town baths now only comprise a sports pool, teaching pool, children's pool and Art Nouveau pool. The historic sauna area was expanded with other attractions such as e.g. steam room, Bio sauna, Finnish sauna as well as adventure showers and a sauna bar.
Photos: Klemens Ortmeyer

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