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28/05/2017
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Markets and Bazaars

Markets and Bazaars

Markets and Bazaars
Suq Khan al-Zait is the first landmark on this trail. It is recommended to start at the northern end, as this Suq is on the road leading from the intersection a few meters south...
Markets and Bazaars
This Suq comprises a large number of shops selling meat and vegetables. Half a century ago, many of these shops specialized in Arab, traditional blacksmithing, using hammering and...
Markets and Bazaars
This Suq used to be located a few steps directly east of the Bazaar, and could be accessed through a narrow alley. It is also located at the southern end of Suq al-Lahhamin (...
Markets and Bazaars
Suq al-Attarin is the middle one among the three Suqs and is also the middle of the cardo street, extending from the end of Suq Khan al-Zait until the beginning of l-Bashura, or...
Markets and Bazaars
After visiting the three Suqs, at the southern end of Suq al-Khawajat is the start of the street to Bab al-Silsilah. Ten meters further down, one finds the entrance to Khan al-...
Markets and Bazaars
The eastern section of the Suq is known as Suq al-Khawajat, referring to traders of cloth and textiles. At present, only the southern part of the Suq is open, as the northern part...
Markets and Bazaars
Towards the end of Suq Khan al-Zait and the start of Suq l-Attaien, it is recommended to walk westwards into al-Dabbagha Street to reach Suq Aftimos. A few dozen meters on, one...
Markets and Bazaars
Souk Al-Bazaar can be accessed on foot by walking to the end of the Maristan Street (‘Bimaristan,’ a Persian word which means ‘hospital,’ where ‘bimar’ means ‘sick’ and ‘stan’...
Markets and Bazaars
The easiest way to move from Khan al-Sultan to Suq al-Qattanin is to walk down Bab al-Silsilah Street towards al-Aqsa Mosque, leaving the Khan and heading east (left), then...