The Tabriz Bazaar as a Tourist Attraction is about one square kilometer largest indoor grand bazaar in the world. The Tabriz Bazaar in July 2010, the solar arsenal has been listed as the world's first bazaar in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Factors such as the architecture of the Tabriz Bazaar, the arrangement of shops, the plenty of mini-caravans, caravans, corridors, passage, as well as the types of businesses and professions, the existence of a large number of schools and mosques, which are mostly historic, has made this bazaar a perfect example of business and Islamic and Oriental life.
Largest world indoor grand bazaar
Tabriz grand bazaar is known as one of the world's largest indoor bazaar and the world's largest brick and brick building.Tabriz Bazaar has the most complete social organization among Iranian bazaars, and it has an interconnected set of social structures and One of the recorded works of Iran in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The main part of the Tabriz bazaar consists of two North-South and East-West indoor passage. The width of the bazaar is between 4 to 5 and the ceiling is between 5 and 6 meters. The ceilings are made with dome and brick shapes that are very suitable for the cold weather of Tabriz. On top of these roofs, there are stompers in which the light enters the bazaar environment inside them and creates the same lighting conditions in space. These openings are also suitable for air conditioning in the bazaar.
When we look at the architecture of the bazaar, we find that the entire bazaar has not been created in the first place, but architects and designers have gradually added parts to it. In the space between offices, schools, corridors, mosques, etc., the main passage are interconnected by sub-passage. The intersection of the passage also comes with triads and crossings that are called Charsough.
Caravanserai Mozafariyah and the Qaisariyeh of Tabriz Bazaar are one of the most famous and beautiful tambours among the various bazaar in Iran.
The local Tabriz Bazaar is suitable for the purchase of first-rate items such as handmade carpets, nuts, leather goods, fabrics, spices, handicrafts and ... at the right prices.
Tabriz bazaar with arches and tall brick domes including amir bazaar, shaft bazaar, raste bazaar, Halajan bazaar, Yemini bazaar, Old bazaar, Haj Mohammad Hussein bazaar, Mushir bazaar, big woman bazaar, Safi bazaar, Amir Abolhassan bazaar, Haye Sara Rasool, Haj Mirza Ali Naghi Station, caravanserai, Sheikh Kadhim Station, Haj Zar-Ali Hall, caravanserai and Dalan Mirza Shafi, Malekh Malek, etc are included.
Is one of the most famous and beautiful caravanserai in Tabriz bazaar. This temple was built during the period of Mozaffaroddin Shah in 1267 AH. Caravanserai Mozafariye is one of the most important carpet centers in East Azarbaijan province, and the most exquisite and beautiful handmade carpets of Tabriz can be found here. Of course, in this part of the bazaar, cellars, besides buying and selling carpets, are also engaged in the design and repair of various types of carpets. It is good to know that no machine-made carpet is in any way accessible to mozafariyeh caravanserai.
From anywhere in Tabriz you can take a taxi or bus to the bazaar. The Tabriz bazaar moves from the east to Qapu, from the west to the jame mosque and from the north to the Mehran River. Much of the bazaar area in the south of the Chaya square is located between the Daraiee streets, Ferdowsi St, Motahari (Alleyway) and jomhouri islami st.
The Tabriz bazaar has more than 40 Tea-house, which you can choose from based on the hiking trail and your taste.