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It is worth noting that the bath has always represented for the slavic peoples, something more than just a room for washing. After all, people learned about the healing properties of hot water and steam almost from the moment they learned how to make fire. The word “bath” appeared in Greece and, in translation from ancient Greek, means “banishes pain and sadness,” which confirms the fact that baths are used not only for washing but also for treating various diseases.
Although the Slavs began to build baths a little later than the ancient Romans and Greeks, it was only in Russia that a broom from woody branches with leaves was used for washing in a bath, and the bath itself turned into a kind of ritual with established customs and rules. These traditions have survived to the present day, as well as the technology of creating wooden baths from a log house.