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Towards to the end of our journey, just before returning to Tehran, we visited Zanjan, therefore also its bazaar.
But we could not prevent our visit coinciding with a Friday.
This meant that the carpet shops, as well as those for household items, were closed;...More
The whole city is calm and friendly, although there are some noise and traffic due to some urban constructions, and the people are too nice and friendly.
That also could be seen in this beautiful bazaar. Handicrafts are luring you into the shops from every...More
Zanjan traditional Bazar has built along the silky way and it is the longest traditional Bazar in Iran. Unfortunately in the past years, when Ferdowsi street was built , this Bazar was crossed by street and divided in two parts. However, it has a lot...More
I had only seen this kind of place in films. I could not take my eyes off the ceiling. It took my breath away. The stores are all occupied by the locals, an the sell all types of stuff. From shoes to knieves and clothes....More
Not the biggest or the best of the bazaars in Iran, but still worth a visit. Plenty of the usual items being sold by a variety of sellers, and we did find some friendly locals who were happy to chat with us. As for the...More
It is not the best bazzar in Iran but it is a good place to spend time in. Beautiful building and nice shops. The bad thing is that most of people can not speak English there and it would be better to go there with...More