Apodyterium, tunnel vault
The tunnel vault of the first room of the bath is divided by reddish bands into lozenges which contain an agglomeration of isolated scenes derived from pastoral life. They include a deer, a gazelle, a camel without hump, and two long-necked birds. At the apex of the vaulting appear depictions of men, apparently of different generations.
The most fascinating of the Umayyad castles, with extensive fresco paintings in the audience hall and bath complex. UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.