About Vakil Complex
Vakil Complex is located in the margin of Bazaar of Kerman, Kerman. This complex was constructed in 1286 A.H. to the order of Mohammad Isma'il Khan Noori Esfandyari, known as Vakil ul-Mulk the First. With an area of about 8000 m2, Vakil Complex includes a bazaar, caravanserai and bathhouse. The bazaar of Vakil Complex was constructed inspired by the architecture of Safavid Era. Vakil Complex Caravanserai is a four-porch structure. Decorations of this caravanserai are ma'gheli tile with geometrical patterns. The architecture of traditional bathhouses of Iran are employed in the construction of the bathhouse of Vakil Complex.