Bazaars and Market Halls
Monumental covered / permanent enclosed markets (opposite to market places in the open air).
|al-Qaysariyah market for food, spices and fabric (AB ev)
|the inscription include souq, the Bahla Souq with few covered market halls.
|The belfry's "imposing volume formed either an isolated feature or a central or lateral element of the market halls, themselves often rebuilt in stone at an early date." (1999 AB Ev) Market halls are included in Bruges, Dendermonde, Ghent, Herentals, Mechelen, Nieuwpoort, Roeselare, Sint-Truiden and Ypres.
|The "Stadshallen" were a commercial and administrative complex that served as a place for commercial activities and storage.
|Tak-i Zargaron, a multiple dome-covered bazaar
|Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape
|Old Market Hall (constructed in 1835)
|Saint Lawrence's Market, made of cast iron and glass
|Hebron/Al-Khalil Old Town
|Underneath the Cloth Market at the Rynok Square
|Medina of Tunis
|Meidan Emam, Esfahan
|Isfahan Grand Bazaar
|Old City of Acre
|Old City of Jerusalem
|Cotton Market, the Cardo
|Mercado do Bolhão
|Chhatta Chowk and Meena Bazaar in the Red Fort Complex
|Salvador de Bahia
|covered Arasta bazaar
|Fish Market Hall
|Stone Town of Zanzibar
|Mercado das Tulhas (19th century)
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