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“Baths of Hodzias” are one of the remnants of the Turkish occupation in the village. In addition, many Turkish Cypriots resided in the village for decades. Hodzias’s presence in this village was significant because he played a significant role. Hodzias’is a scholar of Islamic law and his primary responsibility, in addition to his other duties, is that of a teacher, according to the Muslim religion. The baths attributed to Hodzia are a tiny area where the Muslim religion’s representative and other prominent men of his time bathed. In the baths, there were workers who performed duties such as lighting the fire and heating the cauldron with water in order to operate the baths. There are three basic chambers in the bathrooms. Additionally, these baths have been preserved, renovated, and redesigned to become one of the village’s attractions.