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View Spice bazaar in 360 virtual tour

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This Ottoman-time commercial center was constructed in 1664 and still all around protected. Strolling inside these arcades between those pretty shaded flavors and Turkish bliss, you can discover boutiques of vacationer souvenirs, nectar, nuts, and dried leafy foods.
The market's Turkish name is Mısır Çarşısı which means Egyptian Market in English.
Initially the bazaar was supplied with products imported from Egypt, and was the last stop for the camel troops that ventured to every part of the Silk Road from China, India, and Persia.