This mosaic is in the cupola of the entranceway.
The Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the largest spa complexes in Europe. It’s also the first thermal bath of Pest. It owes its existence to Vilmos Zsigmondy, a mining engineer. on his initiative, successful deep borings had been performed in the City Park, where later, in 1881 already an “Artesian bath” was in operation. However, this temporary type of bath was meeting the demands of the age less and less, so the Széchenyi Thermal Bath was built in 1913 on the basis of plans composed by Gyozo Czigler. The Bath was expanded in 1927 with a public bathing department for gentlemen and ladies and a beach site. In the middle of the 1960s, further transformations took place, including the creation of a group thermal section in bathing suits as well as a daytime outpatient hospital (complex physiotherapy department).
The reconstruction of the pools of the swimming section, their equipment with water filtering and circulation devices was completed in 1999. The so-called fancy bath includes a whirling corridor, underwater effervescence production, neck shower, water beam back massage installed in the sitting banks and many other services.
Joseph Fernand Henri Léger (February 4, 1881 – August 17, 1955) was a French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker.
Post WWII until the end of his life Leger did more mosaics.
For a biography of the man, check out his history at Wikipedia.
Thatta’s Jamia Masjid popularly known as Shah Jehan Masjid is a masterpiece of architecture. It was built on the orders of Shah Jehan (King of South asia), who gifted it to the people of Thatta.
Its construction started in 1644 and was completed in 1647, while the floor was built in 1657. The whole mosque measures 51,850 square feet. The mosque also has a ventilation system and during the hot summer months one feels comfortable enough.
Thatta, Sindh Pakistan