About Bazaar of Isfahan
Bazaar of Isfahan is one of the oldest and largest bazaars in the Middle East. It is extended from the entrance of Qeysariyeh Bazaar to the gate of Jameh mosque of Isfahan and due to its proximity to the Jameh mosque and Nizam ul-Mulk dome, it is also known as Nezamiyeh Bazaar or Nizam ul-Mulk Bazaar. Up until a half century ago, long and multiple routes were used to attach this Bazaar to Darvazeh Toughchi and Ghaz Bazaar. There are several historical constructions such as Mulla Abdullah School, Jarchi Bashi Mosque, Sadr School, Nimavard School, Kaseh Garan School, Malek Timcheh, caravanserais from Qajar and Safavid eras such as Mokhles Caravanserai, Golshan Caravansarie and many timchehs and other caravanserais as well as public bath houses from Safavid era inside this bazaar which have added to the historical significance of Bazaar of Isfahan.