About Bazaar of Tabriz

Bazaar of Tabriz is one of the major and largest indoor bazaars of Iran. Previously, Tabriz and its bazaar enjoyed a big boom because of being located on the way of the Silk Road and daily passage of many convoys. After 13th century, Tabriz has been the main base for trades of Europeans with northern areas of Iran. Europeans have been importing mirror, fabrics, sugar, glass, metals, cub sugar and other manufacturing products into Tabriz and merchants of Tabriz have been selling silk, weapons, tobacco, nuts, color, shawl and beeswax to European merchants. Bazaar of Tabriz consists of several markets and timchehs[1] some of which are Bazaar of Amir, Bazaar of Boloor Forooshan, Bazaar of Haram-Khaneh, Bazaar of Shisheh Gar Khaneh, Bazaar of Sadeghiyeh, Bazaar of Abachi, and Bazaar of Farsh known as Bazaar of Mozaffariyeh, Bazaar of Kaffashan and Bazaar of Yamani Dooz. Bazaar of Tabriz has been registered as a national monument of Iran as well as UNESCO's World Heritage.

[1] Small caravanserai where relatively expensive and luxurious goods were sold




Tabriz is capital of East Azerbaijan Province. The city enjoys mild and fine climate in spring, dry and semi-hot in summer, humid and rainy in autumn and snowy cold in winter.
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