ANNA BATH - The steam bath, as the local people call it, opened its gates on 6 September, 1896. It was designed by Antal Steinhardt and Adolf Lang in eclectic style with features characteristic of Turkish baths (i.e. cupolas and the intimate interior parts). The symmetry of the 117 m long building was given by the separate baths for women and men. In 1927 the artesian water was replaced with thermal and medicinal water. Following several reconstructions, the latest was finished in 2004, when the symmetry is already given by the medicinal and wellness baths. The previous one is preferred by the senior generation, the latter one by the junior generation. The courtyard with its Mediterranean atmosphere hosts open-air theater performances in summer.