One of the historical and tourist attractions of Shiraz, the capital of Fars province, southern Iran, is Vakil Bath, which is located next to Vakil Bazaar and Mosque.
Vakil Bath was built in the historical period of the Zand dynasty and by the order of Karim Khan Zand.
The area of Vakil Shiraz bath is 11,000 square meters and this historical building is 120 meters long and 80 meters wide.
The architecture of Vakil Bath in Shiraz is adapted from the architecture and art of ancient Iran and is made in the shape of an octagon.
One of the unique features of the Vakil Shiraz bath is the use of lime due to its resistance to moisture in decorating the ceiling and walls of this historic bath.
Today, the Vakil Bath in Shiraz has become an anthropological museum, which allows visitors to see the customs, clothing, and culture of the ancient people of Shiraz.
The historical Vakil Bath has been registered in the list of national monuments of Iran and is one of the historical and tourist attractions of Fars province.