Those hammams still exist today in the Kurdish region. After a long struggle and a grown economy hammams get to spaces of a die out species. In a free region they lost a little bit their political function of free spaces. Also, the economical situation leads to a new time where people have their own washing rooms and are not dependent on public hammams to wash. How do this development of hammams change the society? Are there new equivalents for the former hammams? And what will happen to those more than hundred years old spaces of freedom? How can a transformation of those hammams look like?