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Bazaar of Qom: A Historical Bazaar in Iran - Tourism news

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Bazaar of Qom: A Historical Bazaar in Iran - Tourism news

The new sector of bazaar is an extension of this route running northwards.

The old bazaar and its surrounding buildings date to the pre-Safavid period, but the architecture, layout, general network and arcades of the new sector are mostly of the Safavid and Qajar periods.

The old bazaar section is comprised of an aggregate of the entrance of Razavieh School, Sabuniha Mosque, Chehel Sotune Mosque and porch and the minarets of the remnants of Qiasieh School.

Bazaar of Qom: A Historical Bazaar in Iran - Tourism newsBazaar of Qom: A Historical Bazaar in Iran - Tourism news

The new bazaar section is comprised of an aggregate of the surrounding alleys and the Haj Asqar Khan Bath.

The buildings in the surroundings pertaining to religious venues are active and are being utilized. Some of the sectors of the bazaar date to the Saljuqi and Eilkhani periods. Part of these alleys and schools of the aggregate are endowed.

Bazaar of Qom: A Historical Bazaar in Iran - Tourism newsBazaar of Qom: A Historical Bazaar in Iran - Tourism news

 

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