This bazaar is related to the time of Sheikh-ol-Moluk (Sheikh Mohammad Ali Mirza Daulat Shah), the offspring of Fathali Shah, (founder of Malayer city). This bazaar comprises of a main bazaar along with two branching bazaars. There are a few arcades and residential houses surrounding it.The main bazaar runs in a north-south direction and from east to west. The point where these two meet is known as the 'chahar sooq' which has a huge dome. Here there are arcades and a number of shops. The former arcades in the western section, are presently serving as a gymnasium or the place for traditional sports (Zoor Khaneh).
Malayer is one of the southern townships of Hamadan province, with a temperate and mountainous climate. Mostowfi narrates that Nahavand comprised of 100 villages divided into three portions named as, Malayer, Esfidhan and Jeyqooq. The city of Malayer ...
In the heart of the Ardabil city, this bazaar stands as old as the Islamic period. It's shape was described by the historians of 4th century AH. as a cross, extending ...MORE
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