The Grand Bazaar (Kapalı Çarşı), built in the 15th century, is the oldest covered market in the world. Covering an area of square meters, it also still ranks. The colourful and chaotic Grand Bazaar is the heart of İstanbul's Old City and has been so for centuries. Starting as a small vaulted bedesten (warehouse). NYC largest curated & most distinctive market opens every Sunday with + vendors: Antiques, Vintage, Artisans, Craft, and Artisanal Food. Located in. A prospective client could sit in front of the dealer, talk with him and drink a tea or a Turkish coffee , in a relaxed way. Two rows of stone piers, four in each row, sustain three rows of bays, five in each row. ANKAmall Atirus Shopping Center Gebze Center Sanko Park Midtown. Shopping never felt this good. In order to establish a new one, it was only necessary to have enough traders of the same good. The Grand Bazaar underwent restoration only after the earthquake. Right during the westernization of Ottoman society, the Grand Bazaar became an obligatory topos of the romantic literature. The Sandal Bedesten has also a rectangular plan Der Bazaar kenne ich seit 15 Jahren - ständige Veränderungen findet man hier - hier wird erwartet dass gehandelt wird - 20 bis 30 Prozent sind drinnen Anyway, the damages caused by the many fires and quakes along the centuries, together with the repairs done without a general plan, gave to the market — especially in its western part — a picturesque appearance, with its maze of roads and lanes crossing each other at various angles. One of the 17th-century kiosks, which used to be a small cafe. Der Eski Bedesten war früher fest verschlossen und beherbergte die besonders teuren Waren. While reaching his quota is a must, he also receives a tipps heute on what he sells. It has 21 gates, 2 bedestens, 17 inns, 56 streets, nearly shops and employs more than This oscillates between 3, and 4, In the Sandal Bedesten, whose handlers of textile goods had been ruined by the European competition, was acquired by the city of Istanbul and, starting one year later, was used as an auction house, mainly for carpets. It has 21 gates, 2 bedestens, 17 inns, 56 streets, nearly shops and employs more than At Taksim Square you find a string of döner shops, in Galata a street full of musical instrument shops, in Karaköy nothing but DIY tools, etc. There is also no guarantee this strategy will work every time.