Near the Erzsébet Bridge, on the Buda side of the city, is the second oldest of Budapest's classic Turkish baths, built in the 16th century. These baths are for men only every day except Tuesday during the day or Friday night, and mixed with men on weekends. Truly one of the most authentically beautiful, the centerpiece is an octagonal pool under a 10m (33 ft) domed roof with some of the small window holes in the cupola filled with stained glass, while others are open to the sky, allowing diffused light to stream in. Along the sides, there are four corner pools of varying degrees of temperature. During early mornings the crowd is predominantly composed of older men. You'll find the same services and facilities here that you would at Király: thermal baths of varying degrees, a sauna, and a steam bath, but in much more glorious surroundings.