Bazaars and Market Halls
Monumental covered / permanent enclosed markets (opposite to market places in the open air).
The connection belongs to Constructions connections.
- Al-Ahsa Oasis: al-Qaysariyah market for food, spices and fabric (AB ev)
- Aleppo: Souk
- Bahla Fort: the inscription include souq, the Bahla Souq with few covered market halls.
- Bukhara: Tak-i Zargaron, a multiple dome-covered bazaar Link
- Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape: Tavistock
- Cracow: Underneath the Cloth Market at the Rynok Square
- Damascus: Al-Hamidiyah Souk
- Diamantina: Old Market Hall (constructed in 1835)
- Florence: Saint Lawrence's Market, made of cast iron and glass
- Guanajuato: Mercado Hidalgo
- Hebron/Al-Khalil Old Town
- Historic Cairo: Khan el-Khalili
- Istanbul: Grand Bazaar
- Medina of Tunis: Souq el-Attarine
- Meidan Emam, Esfahan: Isfahan Grand Bazaar
- Old City of Acre: Souk
- Old City of Jerusalem: Cotton Market, the Cardo
- Oporto: Mercado do Bolhão
- Red Fort: Chhatta Chowk and Meena Bazaar in the Red Fort Complex
- Samarkand: Siyob Bazaar Link
- Selimiye Mosque: covered Arasta bazaar
- Split: Fish Market Hall
- Tabriz Bazaar
- Yazd: Khan Bazaar
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