About Bazaar of Kerman
Bazaar of Kerman belongs to 8th century A.H. to First Pahlavi Era and it is located between Tohid and Shohada squares in Kerman. This bazaar is the longest series of shops in Iran. It is composed of various sections including Arg Bazaar, Ganj Ali Khan Bazaar, Ekhtiyari Bazaar, Vakil Bazaar, Sardar Bazaar, Mozaffari Bazaar, Ghal'eh Mahmoud Bazaar, Meydan Ghal'eh Bazaar, Ghadamgah Bazaar, Sardar Bazaar, Attari Bazaar, Mesgari Bazaar, Zargari Bazaar and Kaffash-ha Bazaar. The most important location in Bazaar of Kerman is Ganj Ali Khan Charsooq that has been regarded as the major and most crowded location in Kerman in the past. This charsooq is part of Ganj Ali Khan Complex. The interior of Ganj Ali Khan Charsooq entails plasterwork as well as oil paintings that have maintained their beauty after 400 years. Bazaar of Kerman has been registered as a national monument of Iran.