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Best of Iran tours are complete with Tabriz's exciting sites, The historical Bazaar of Tabriz is a market situated in the city center. It is the largest covered bazaar in the world and is one of Iran’s UNESCO world heritage sites. Of course with your travel to Iran, you can visit or buy the highest quality of the world carpets and Tabriz Bazaar is one of the best places. The most prosperous time of Tabriz city and its bazaar was in the 16th century when the town became the capital city of the SAFAVY Dynasty and one of the best reasons for Iran tourists to visit this place is that historic bazaar is one of the most important commercial centers on the SILK ROAD.

Touch the originality and history of this market. . .

Tabriz has been one of the major economic and communication hubs of Iran because of its geographical location on the west to east and north to south routes.

In his visit to Tabriz, Marco Polo noted that "the city is in a good position" and many commercial goods were imported from "India, Baghdad, Mosul, Hormuz" and other areas.

A market that will amaze you with the breadth and size of the people in this market.

Perhaps reading the remarks of Ibn Battuta the famous Sayyah about the Tabriz bazaar he visited in the ۶th lunar year is not to be missed!

"Tabriz bazaar was one of the best markets I've seen in all the cities of the world ... I went to the jewelry market, I just stared at the jewelry."

 

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Features of Tabriz Market

Tabriz Market is Iran's largest market and one of the largest indoor markets in Asia and the world.

In the past, European businessmen arrived in Tabriz after crossing the main Turkish cities and markets. The Tabriz market in the middle of the ۶th century (Qajar period) accounted for about a quarter of Iran's trade and was more active than the Tehran market.

The Tabriz market is an interconnected complex with a roof that is one kilometer long and the largest in the world. This market has been listed on the National Monuments List in the solar year.

The longest roofing market in Iran is the Zanjan market, which is more than ۲ km long.

This marvelous market was listed in UNESCO World Heritage list for its special features in year ۶.

Tabriz Bazaar A trade in the vastness of Iranian history and culture

Tabriz market has the most complete social organization among Iranian markets. A market that is still in the veins of the blood of ancient history and culture.

Touch the originality and history of this market. . .

Tabriz has been one of the major economic and communication hubs of Iran because of its geographical location on the west to east and north to south routes.

In his visit to Tabriz, Marco Polo noted that "the city is in a good position" and many commercial goods were imported from "India, Baghdad, Mosul, Hormuz" and other areas.

A market that will amaze you with the breadth and size of the people in this market.

Perhaps reading the remarks of Ibn Battuta the famous Sayyah about the Tabriz bazaar he visited in the ۶th lunar year is not to be missed!

"Tabriz bazaar was one of the best markets I've seen in all the cities of the world ... I went to the jewelry market, I just stared at the jewelry."

Features of Tabriz Market

Tabriz Market is Iran's largest market and one of the largest indoor markets in Asia and the world.

In the past, European businessmen arrived in Tabriz after crossing the main Turkish cities and markets. The Tabriz market in the middle of the ۶th century (Qajar period) accounted for about a quarter of Iran's trade and was more active than the Tehran market.

The Tabriz market is an interconnected complex with a roof that is one kilometer long and the largest in the world. This market has been listed on the National Monuments List in the solar year.

The longest roofing market in Iran is the Zanjan market, which is more than ۲ km long.

This marvelous market was listed in UNESCO World Heritage list for its special features in year ۶.

Tabriz Market History

The exact date of construction of the complex is unclear, but many tourists who visited the market from the fourth century AH to the Qajar period provided information.

As we said before, Tabriz is located on the Silk Road, and thousands of convoys from various Asian, African and European countries pass through it daily, making Tabriz and its market a very prosperous one. The market was completely destroyed about three centuries after a historic earthquake in Tabriz and was rebuilt in the ۶th lunar year by the ruler of Tabriz, Najafqul Khan. As a result, the current building of the Tabriz market is related to the late Zandieh and Qajar era.

The first map of the Tabriz bazaar in the year ۶ AH is part of the map of Dar al-Saltanah in Tabriz, drawn by Asadullah Khan Maraghei. In the northeast part of the map of Dar al-Saltanah, sections of the Tabriz market are plotted and most of its important locations, such as the Timiches and inns, are named in this map.

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Tabriz Bazaar A trade in the vastness of Iranian history and culture

Tabriz market has the most complete social organization among Iranian markets. A market that is still in the veins of the blood of ancient history and culture.

Touch the originality and history of this market. . .

Tabriz has been one of the major economic and communication hubs of Iran because of its geographical location on the west to east and north to south routes.

In his visit to Tabriz, Marco Polo noted that "the city is in a good position" and many commercial goods were imported from "India, Baghdad, Mosul, Hormuz" and other areas.

A market that will amaze you with the breadth and size of the people in this market.

Perhaps reading the remarks of Ibn Battuta the famous Sayyah about the Tabriz bazaar he visited in the ۶th lunar year is not to be missed!

"Tabriz bazaar was one of the best markets I've seen in all the cities of the world ... I went to the jewelry market, I just stared at the jewelry."

Features of Tabriz Market

Tabriz Market is Iran's largest market and one of the largest indoor markets in Asia and the world.

In the past, European businessmen arrived in Tabriz after crossing the main Turkish cities and markets. The Tabriz market in the middle of the ۶th century (Qajar period) accounted for about a quarter of Iran's trade and was more active than the Tehran market.

The Tabriz market is an interconnected complex with a roof that is one kilometer long and the largest in the world. This market has been listed on the National Monuments List in the solar year.

The longest roofing market in Iran is the Zanjan market, which is more than ۲ km long.

This marvelous market was listed in UNESCO World Heritage list for its special features in year ۶.

Tabriz Market History

The exact date of construction of the complex is unclear, but many tourists who visited the market from the fourth century AH to the Qajar period provided information.

As we said before, Tabriz is located on the Silk Road, and thousands of convoys from various Asian, African and European countries pass through it daily, making Tabriz and its market a very prosperous one. The market was completely destroyed about three centuries after a historic earthquake in Tabriz and was rebuilt in the ۶th lunar year by the ruler of Tabriz, Najafqul Khan. As a result, the current building of the Tabriz market is related to the late Zandieh and Qajar era.

The first map of the Tabriz bazaar in the year ۶ AH is part of the map of Dar al-Saltanah in Tabriz, drawn by Asadullah Khan Maraghei. In the northeast part of the map of Dar al-Saltanah, sections of the Tabriz market are plotted and most of its important locations, such as the Timiches and inns, are named in this map.

Architecture and building of Tabriz market

Tabriz city center is a quadrilateral if you consider the Tabriz market.

The Tabriz market consists of about ۳ rooms, shops and shops, ۲ different types of jobs, ۲ halls, ۲ teams, ۲ mosques and ۳ rows, ۱ corridor, ۲ baths and ۱ school!

Tabriz market from east to high Qapu and from the west to the Jame mosque, from the north, parts of the Mehran River and on the river there are wooden bridges along the market order.

The main texture of the Tabriz market consists of two orders that connect the north to the south and east of the market to its west. The width of the markets is about ۴-۵ meters and the roof of the market is built between ۴-۵ meters due to the cold weather of Tabriz compared to other cities.

The main rows are connected by sub rows. In the spaces between them, the main constituents of the market, such as timiches and heads, are built, which intersects the four intersections of the rows with beautiful domes. The Timir Amir Dome is the largest dome in the market and the most beautiful Timisoara is Mozaffaria.

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