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Spice Bazaar

Spice Bazaar The Spice Bazaar was built between 1597 and 1664, it is the second oldest covered bazaar in the city and has become a shopping center with a 400-year

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Arasta Bazaar, Edirne

Within the Selimiye Mosque, a masterpiece by Ottoman court architect Mimar Sinan, Arasta in Edirne is a historic attraction with dozens of shops. Ottoman-era traveler Evliya Çelebi describes the bazaar

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Kemeralti Bazaar, Izmir

Kemeralti Bazaar, Izmir:Turkey’s largest open-air bazaar, the Kemeraltı Bazaar in the western İzmir province, draws locals and tourists alike and houses hundreds of stores. Reflecting the city’s colorful ambiance, the

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Coppersmiths Bazaar, Gaziantep

Spanning a history of over 400 years, the art of the coppersmith has a long legacy in the southern Gaziantep city boasting a rich culinary culture. For years, the bazaar

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Yemeniciler Bazaar, Safranbolu

Yemeniciler Bazaar, Safranbolu; UNESCO heritage site, the town of Safranbolu town in the city of Kastamonu boasts an authentic urban architecture of the Ottoman period and its historic bazaar –

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Mardin’s Historic Bazaars

Mardin’s Historic Bazaars:There are many things to discover in Turkey’s southeastern city of Mardin and its bustling bazaar sbeing home to local arts and crafts is no exception. You can

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Maraş Bazaar

Lying in a very central location, the historic covered bazaar in the southeastern city of Kahramanmaraş is named after coppersmiths like the one in Gaziantep. From wood engraving to jewelry

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Uzunçarşı, Antalya

In Antalya’s coastal town of Kaş, Uzunçarşı is a nice place to walk along while shopping and buying some gifts for your loved ones. In the summer, the area is

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Grand Bazaar, Bursa

Soon-to-be-married couples head to Bursa’s “Ulu Çarşı” (Grand Bazaar) to shop for their new home. Lying next to the historic Ulu Camii (Grand Mosque), the bazaar has around 120 shops

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Populer Street Bazaars in Istanbul

Çarşamba Bazaar A sprawling weekly affair in an ultra-conservative area, the enormous Fatih Çarşamba (Wednesday) market – flogging fruit and veg, eggs and cured meats, outrageous stilettos, gadgets, branded clothing