Hammam 'Izz ed-Dîne is a public bathing-house which was gifted to the city by its Mamluke governor ‘Izz Ed-Dine Aybak who passed away in 1298. His tomb is buried in a cemetery near the bathing-house. In the construction process of the Hammam, remnants and ruins from the Crusader Church and the hospital of St. James were used. The entrance gate is ornamented with an engraved portion amid two St. James shells, and the interior door is triumphed over by the pas-chal lamb. All along, the Hammam ‘Izz Ed-Dine has been in constant use up to a short while back and is currently being renovated and restored.