The Joyous Grand Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar is one of the oldest and largest covered bazaars in the world with more than 500 old shops. Serving with more than five thousand stores is the focus of attention, including foreign investors. This big market, which is the first stop for those who want to shop, is also a trade center. Tourists will come to place special gold, silver, jewelry. It can be seen everywhere in the bazaar where Turkish culture such as Turkish delight, Turkish coffee trays and glasses are sold. Its history dates back to the 15th century. With the conquest of Istanbul, 1456-1461 in line with the instructions of Fatih Sultan Mehmet, it was further expanded and called the "Great Market". During the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent, the additions were further expanded.
The Grand Bazaar is located in Fatih Beyazit. This building works on the history of tourism. It is in a location where all vehicles can be used in terms of transportation.

 

 

 

 

 

There are mosques, small mosques, shops and workshops in the bazaar, which resembles a big labyrinth. This place is also called the financial center of Turkey. Entry to the Grand Bazaar, which is closed only on Sundays, is free. In Fatih, Beyazit district, where the housing sector is in high demand, foreign nationals especially want to buy houses or buildings here, as the district is also a commercial center. It is one of the regions preferred by foreign investors looking for investment or employment. The Grand Bazaar located in istanbul, Fatih is valuable for foreign investors, because having a shop in the Grand Bazaar is very important from a commercial point of view. Millions of visitors come to the Grand Bazaar throughout the year. For this reason, it is very important from a commercial point of view to invest in property in this region.

 

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