Living Water

Posted by marmara on January 9, 2014

The first occurred in the second washing bath unit, and further separation should wash with warm or hot water. And then went dry and wet room pair. In ancient Rome, baths were available for all levels of society and were a kind of cult of the nation. In the baths not only soared. In baths solved many issues were small talk and just rested. The Romans were very fond of water. "Living Water", so they liked to call water.

This is the name of water swept through the centuries and millennia, and today we are increasingly hearing this beautiful name. Turkish bath is the same Roman terms, only slightly modified. Hot Air Heated floor bath and the water is poured over this floor, turning into steam. Roman-Irish bath differed from the Roman baths presence of the tube, which provided the hood in the doubles department. These were air baths, and was in the sauna temperatures around 55 degrees. In the Roman-Irish baths were several rooms: a room to warm herself, and direct steam. In the special tubes that run along the walls and under the floor was hot air, and floor were made small holes through which the air.

In the transition from one office to another place and profuse sweating achieved the desired effect. In the Finnish sauna is very much in common with the Russian bath. In the harsh climate of the northern lands baths were not just a luxury but a means to warm up and gain strength. The Finnish sauna is a small house made of logs with a small hole in the ceiling or the ceiling. Stone fireplace stoked wood, and it was located in the center of the room. Smoke escaped through a hole, and when the stove is heated, the fire extinguished and completely washed the floors and walls doubles. Then closed the hole in the ceiling and allowed to settle sauna, dry and dial heat. After pouring water on the stones and soared with a pre-steamed brooms. Later in the Finnish sauna stopped to pour water on the stones and the bath was dry. In Japan, very fond of water baths. Japanese baths are of a barrel Filled with water or cedar shavings. The water was heated to 50-55 degrees, and bath procedures had to be immersed in this barrel for a while. Since ancient times in Russia soared "black." Bath "black" is almost not different from the first Finnish saunas. The name came from the bath sooty ceiling, which no one had ever laundered. The usual Russian sauna bath different from "black" presence of the tube, through which the smoke. On the hot stones poured water, extensive use of oak and birch brooms. After the pair were watered with cold water, jumped into the hole or in the snowdrift. Here we briefly introduced to the history and modern baths. In the near future we will know each of these baths are closer. See you soon. You light a couple!

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