Yazd Khan Bazaar

The Khan Bazaar in Yazd, built during the Qajar era by Mohammad Taghi Khan Bafqi, is a historic market with its original brickwork and intact structure. Located near landmarks like the Khan Bathhouse, Khan Square, and the Yazd Water Museum, it offers a blend of shopping and historical sightseeing.

Originally exclusive to nobles, the market features unique architecture with walls and arches made of clay, bricks, and plaster, providing a cool environment. It extends 274 meters with a ceiling height of 4 to 6 meters, making it the longest traditional market in Yazd. Registered as a national heritage site in 2003, the Khan Bazaar remains a key attraction in the city.

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