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Kirkkasik Bedesteni, Tarsus

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  • The bazaar was built in the second half of the 16th century. It gets its name from the spoon figures on its four façades. It has 21 rooms and is covered by seven small doms. It was restorated in 2004....  more »
  • A small size of hani with few handicraft shops. There is nothing much to see apart than the shops and to enjoy the building from inside and outside  more »
  • It is a very nice and cute covered bazaar built in 1579, near Ulu Cami (Grand Mosque). I like this place because all the owners of the gift shops in it are nice women of Tarsus, great place to by gift...  more »
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  • bazaar, souvenirs, old building
  • A lively commercial and political center of every period and culture are situated at the crossroads of the most important historical structure of Tarsus Kırkkaşık Market Bedesten. Ramadanids from Piri Pasha Bey by 1579 was built in the early period, which was built at the market of forty spoons Bedesten (soup kitchen) and is used as a madrasah, after the Republic saw function as Grand Bazaar. In the past, the market of forty spoons Bedesten, also known as the white Market, has a rectangular plan. Bazaar located in the building was the name of the exterior ornament of a spoon. Built of cut stone building can be entered from two doors to the East and West. The structure of the 21 in 7 consists of the dome. Also, inside the rooms and two towers on the West side two stairs leading up applied with two rooms in the hotel rooms is 25. Ownership, regional Directorate of foundations, which belong to the market of forty spoons Bedesten Belediyesitarafından leased was restored in 2004. The market of forty spoons Bedesten, in 2005, historical towns association "Project Competition Award". Tarsus municipality, in 2006, in the area of tourism development in an effort to promote the city and as well as socio-economic and cultural contribution to the goal to provide € according to the bedesten Bazaar shops operators. Bazaar March 7, 2007, with the opening ceremony made. Bazaar is located within the shops and offices, particularly in the local craft of ceramics, wood, copper, silver, leather, woven tourist gift products, including local taste is presented of the of the city, with food and drinks, the social and cultural life on display and sold various discussed of publications.
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  • Located right next to the Kırkkaşık Market bedesten h z gezmenixi kırkkaşık market place with Laith recommend bedesten Bazaar in a beautiful little place, where one can choose from welcoming you and start boiling sahmeran h z Laith Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.), like the ongoing history of tarsus in a short a narrative describing the diner to enjoy.
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  • Beautiful bedesten beside the Ulu mosque
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  • It's a cute place. Killen is a Grand Bazaar
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