IRAN Bazaars

Gheysarieh Bazaar


Isfahan Grand Bazaar is one of the oldest and largest markets in Iran. The most popular part of this market is called Qaysarieh or shahi's Market. The beautiful Qaisariyeh facade in Imam Square takes you to the Kaisariyeh market. This head is beautifully reminiscent of the Safavid era and was completed in 1029 AH. It is famous for its magnificent and beautiful paintings of Shah Abbas war scenes, hunting areas and scenes of European presence, which is why the market has been known the gallery by some tourists and visitors. The royal bazaar was built by Professor Ali Akbar Isfahani and ordered by King Abbas I. The historic Entrance make much more attractive with Mogharnas and exquisite paintings and tiles. The market at the end reaches Old Square, as a bridge between Isfahan and Saluki, and at the end it leads to the market of Chit makers. Qaisarieh in Iranian culture refers to places built with the original design and system of principles with eye-catching architecture. Isfahan's Gheisarieh Market is in two-store, 150-meter long, fully roofed row. The upper floors The office market and the lower floors are in the possession of various shops and shops. There is a dome on the ceiling and lighting at the bottom of the dome provides lighting and ventilation. This beautiful market has a very eye-catching foursome with a dome arch, built on two floors and decorated with geometric shapes. From the south, the royal bazaar leads to the royal market, from the north to the tomb of the mint and from the east to the royal mint. The mint is now operating as a bank. To the west is the King's Caravanserai, built on the orders of King Abbas. The octagonal caravanserai is now well-known among marketers as the property of Molk-al Tejarj and is used as a warehouse for various goods. Timcheh Zarrab Khaneh is one of the segments of the Qaisarieh market which is currently selling jewelry and exquisite handicrafts in Isfahan.

Vakil Bazaar


Shiraz Vakil Market One of the most famous traditional and historical markets of Iran. The bazaar built by the order of Karim Khan-e Zand (4-5 AH).It is now located in the center of Shiraz (east of Shohada Square). Next to the bazaar are other places like the Vakil mosque and the Vakil historic bath. The market is one of the best works remaining by Karim Khan Zand. Zand King was planned in Shiraz after seeing the old market of Lar (from the reigns of Shah Abbas Kabir), all trading, buying and selling domestic and foreign goods and on-going exchanges, issuing or receiving money orders in this market. And the Vakil market is like the economic heart of Shiraz. The building materials for these markets are gypsum, brick and lime that these are located on foundations of carved boulders. The four-sided ceiling, is a very tall and graceful building style, which is divided into four sides by four markets. The various segments of these markets, according to the industries in which they were made, are called the great market is found all kinds of goods their special names such as, Bazazan Market, Crystal Market, Tailors Market, Hats Market, Serajha Market and Swords Market. The architecture is based on the Qaisarieh Lar market, like tall Isfahan market that was built by Abbas Shah, but the widest of the Vakil market is more than any other market. The market also has five arched openings with a height of more than 2 meters higher than other markets, but now the height of the arches has been reduced to ten meters due to the market floor embankment. This market is divided into three separate spaces, the passageway (for customers' passage), the storefront (up to 2 steps above the ground level), and the shop space (the sales point). The market has five large doors on four sides. It also includes two north - south and east - west corridors that intersect. At the intersection of these two strands lies four squares, which lie on an octave.

Reza Bazaar


Mashhad Reza Market is one of the oldest and well known markets of Mashhad located near the holy shrine of Razavi. This market was designed by Darrius Boor Boor in 1355 and built within eleven months. Reza Mashhad Bazaar, one of the most important and busiest markets in the city, it has 960 meters long and 33 meters wide. The two-story market is built on 2368 meters and 1711 shops. You can find and buy a variety of goods and souvenirs in the market, such as agate and turquoise and gold and silver, as well as perfumes, saffron, candy, fur, prayer beads and prayer carpet, rosary and clothing. One of the main businesses in Reza Mashhad market Buying and selling saffron.On the second floor of the Reza market are handicraft workshops such as turquoise, Jewelry and embroidery, which you can order any type of manufacture. Attractions that are 1 to 2 kilometers from Reza Bazaar include the shrine of Imam Reza (AS), Goharshad Mosque, Mosque Seventy-two and Nader Garden.

Masuleh Bazaar


One of the tourist attractions in Gilan province and the beautiful Masoule village is the Masoule market, also known as Masoule Heart. One of the prominent features of the market is its formation in four completely separate and independent levels, which has also been influential in the construction of shops, with shops are formed at the lower level of one floor and at the upper level of two floors. Tourists can buy traditional Masoulee handicrafts, souvenirs and traditional instruments village from this market .Local people sold thire local products In the market. The traditional market of Masouleh is surrounded by four local) MasjedBar) mosques, Khanebar (house), Keshesar and Asadmahale. The lowest level of the market has been the Chamosh Dozha (a kind of sandale) and the knife maker. On the second floor are wholesalers and on the third and fourth floors big wholesalers and merchants. The shields, columns and porches of the wood give the Masuleh market a unique views.

Sanandaj Bazaar


Sanandaj indoor Market is a traditional bazaar built in the year 1046 AH while choosing the city of Sanandaj as the center of Ardalan government. In addition market will also be attractive to shopping lovers also it is interesting for monuments. Sanandaj bazaar, a memorial to the Safavid era, was built at the behest of Shah Safi and its rectangular shape is reminiscent of Isfahan's Naqshe Jahan Square. Sanandaj indoor market goods are in the medium price range. In the middle of the rectangle are several shapes. With the construction of the Enghelab street in Sanandaj, the market has been divided into two separate parts, and now some are called "Asif" and some are called "Sanandaj". The market in Sanandaj is still alive and well for many years, attracting buyers.

Hamedan Bazaar


The building dates back to the Qajar period, but the original building was much older and it was one of the major centers of trade for centuries because of being at one of the main roads of the Silk Road.The Hamadan Grand Bazaar has about 30 series and 24 Saros, these have been named Founder due to the type of activity. Of these markets, only a few are roofed, including Jame mosque, butchers, confectionery, Nokhod rizha (Pour peas), shoemakers, bathers, and Junk shop. Among the various Saros of Hamadan bazaar, Golshan is known as the oldest Saro and has remainded of the Safavid era. Other important Saros of the traditional Hamadan market include Prophet's Saro, Mirza Kazem's Saro, Nahavandi's Saro, Semsar Saro market and so on.

Shushtar Bazaar


Shooshtar Traditional Market is one of the historical and ancient attractions of the city. This covered market is related to the Qajar period. There are yogurt shops and pickles at the crossroads of the market. This market's local muffins and breads are worth to you try. If you come to Shushtar in the spring, you can also buy Kunar, which is the special Khuzestan fruit and is less found elsewhere in Iran. There are shops on the sidewalks when exited from the Covered Market On either side of the street. Main Street shops are also waiting for you with a variety of goods, such as carpet and Gabes and Shooshtar handicrafts made by locals. Mat weaving is also an art of Khuzestan’s, and beauty baskets can be found in various shapes in the shops; baskets were woven into the palm tree mat and make them more beautiful with colored patterns after weaving.

Fish Market


Going to the fish market before you reach the roofline place, you will find fishermen selling and cleaning fish under their Kapar (Mat tents (, woven by women, or baskets in front of their fish. On each side you go, catch a variety of fish and shows the freshness and deliciousness of each. Fish market and its two-floor parking lot which are 11000 square meters, was built about 10 years ago and has been a place for fishing business from the opening time The diversity of the Persian Gulf fishes has made the Bandar Abbas fish market colorful of different fishes. There are many different kinds of fish such as shuridah, mullet, hoover, shark, stony and of course white halva, which is one of the most expensive and delicious fish in addition big Shrimp that talking to humans! If you look, you will see an octopus and a shark and crab.

Bazaar Bushehr


The date old bazaar of Bushehr is backed the Qajar bazaar (1725-1725). It is located in the old context of the city. The market consists of a long hallway with 250 shops on either side. The market has several flashlights that provide air and light air conditioning for the market. Variety of goods ranging from spices, herbs and snacks to textiles and crafts are sold in the market. The old Bushehr market was registered in 2007 as a national heritage. Here, other religious minorities earn a living with Muslims. The ancient structure of the city along with its stunning architecture make it a special place for tourism. The architecture of this market has made shoppers and pedestrians safe from the cold and rainy seasons.

Ganj Alikhan Bazaar


Ganjali Khan Complex is a complex of Safavid buildings located in the old center of Kerman, Iran. The complex includes a school, a square, a caravanserai, a bathhouse, an Ab Anbar, a mint, a mosque and a bazaar. The vault 16 connects the market to the square. At the far end of the market is Ganjali Khan, a goldsmith's market known as Qaysari. Ganjali Khan Bazaar reminiscent of a very interesting architectural style from the Safavid era, is a straight line leading to both the entrance and exit gates of the city, the gate of the citadel and the gate of the mosque. The caravanserai and Timiches of the 3km market is arranged in two perpendicular directions of each other.

Kashan Bazaar


Kashan bazaar belongs to the Safavid period. The work has been registered as one of Iran's national monuments on September1876. Bazaar of Kashan is an old bazaar in the center of the city in Iran. It is one of the most valuable monuments in the city. The market was created during Fath Ali Shah Qajar's period and gradually expanded to its full extent. The Kashan bazaar spent its most prosperous time in the Safavid period, especially during the reign of Shah Abbas I Kashan market segments: Timche: Timche is a collection of stores that are assembled in one place. The most famous Timche in the market is Timche-ye Amin OD-Dowleh. Part of Timche, Sayed Aqua Timche, and Sabagh Sayed Aqua are other times on this market. Rasteh: Rasteh is series of shop at a long bazaar. The most famous Rasteh of the Kashan bazaar can be mentioned as follows: Mesgar-ha, Zargar-ha, and Kafash-ha. Caravanserai: One of the features of the bazaar is the Caravanserai. Zoghaliha Caravanserai, No (new) Caravanserai, and Mir Panj are known caravanserais of Kashan Bazaar. Merchants stayed there during their trade in Kashan. Mosques: There are many mosques in the bazaar of Kashan such as Kafsh Douzha mosque and Tamghachiha mosque and School and mosque of Imam. Miyan Chal is also the main center of the Kashan market.

Thursday Market


Amidst the hustle and bustle and where the wafting aroma of spices beguiles you to one direction and the arrays of colorful fabrics to another, is Minab Thursday market. One of its kind and I dare say the most dazzling that you have yet discovered in Iran. It's easy to understand that women play a big role here. Not only in flaming colorful chandeliers, but also in running the economy. They sell everything from bread and fruit, to tents, buns, trousers and fish jams! Thursday Minab Market is one of the old markets of Minab city. It is a market that sells handicrafts, livestock and poultry, local clothing and more. This is because the market is held at a specific location on the sixth day of each week. The market is in downtown Minab on Thursday. It reaches the market on the one hand and connects to the main square of the city on the other. In the old order and different parts of the Minab Market Thursday collection were: barber shop, firewood shop, forage shop, basket shop or Basket Weaving shop, and the competition field was dedicated to selling animals such as horses and donkeys. But today, the market is home to the variety of handicrafts and traditional home-made products, including food, decorations and wearables, most of which are made in good quality by Minab women and neighboring Minab villages. As well as going to Minab to buy elsewhere.

Vakil Bazaar Kerman


Kerman Vakil Market is one of the beautiful parts of Kerman big market. Nearly six hundred meters long, the Vakil bazaar is such an important component of the Kerman bazaar. ." Containing one hundred and seventeen shops, the Vakil bazaar functions as a spine. Other components of the complex are positioned along its length The market is located at the bottom of the Akhtyari marketplace and the Vakil complex. At the behest of Muhammad Ismail Khan, the Vakil-Al Molk, the ruler of Kerman in the1282 AH and his son Morteza Gholikhan, the Sani Vakil and his descendants, a large complex consisting of a caravanserai, a bazaar, a bath and a mosque is still called the Sani Wakil, and its market is called It is the most beautiful markets. The commercial section, called the Wakil Market, was located between the Jami Mosque and the Citadel. The most important elements of this market are Wakil's Bath, Vakil's caravanserai, Courtyard School, Two Qaysaryah (First and Second) and Vakil Mosque.

Saraye Moshir


Shiraz Moshir Saray is a beautiful and spectacular market in Shiraz.It is located to the southeast of Vakil Market and adjacent to its outlet door. The ancient Moshir or Golshan sarai monastery dates back to the reign of Fath Ali Shah Qajar, and the then Persian Minister Abol Hassan Khan Mushir al-Molk ordered the construction of the complex. If you go to Moshiray for the first time, you probably won't be able to distinguish it from the Vakil market because its architecture is very similar to the old market.The thing that sets Moshire apart from the Vakil market is the courtyard in the middle of the octagonal building and boasting a pond in the center and beautiful sour orange trees. Other notable features include the roof of the chambers, which are made of multiplexed arches without the use of timber. If you are looking to make handicrafts in Fars province, Shiraz Moshir is the ideal destination for you.Some of the industries in this market include embroidery, engraving, engraving on gold...

Thursday Market Kelachai


It is located 5 kilometers from the SumeSara and 17 kilometers from Rasht, the market was formerly formed on this Friday. But in recent years the market has shifted to Thursday, with people from the cities of Rasht, Fouman and Sumesara turning to the market to buy all kinds of food and rice, tea, summer vegetables, poultry, eggs and poultry. Kalachai: This market is relatively urban-rural Friday. Women dress up in local costumes and the market is booming. Local people sells in it rice, citrus, tea, fish, walnut and hazelnut and other food and clothing and home appliances. The market also offers medicinal herbs such as borage and ornamental flowers and plants grown in the area, between Rhodsar and Chabocsar. Hashpar: In this market, most men and women, and even shopkeepers come in local clothes. Area products as well as rice are offered as a variety of vegetables and fruit trees such as citrus fruits, amber, cherries and in recent year’s kiwi. Camel wool is also sold for food, clothing, farmed fish and shawls, brought from Central and Central Asian countries. In the past, shawl was one of the Gilan handicrafts, but now it is not very prosperous.

Chabahar Bazaar


Chabahar markets include traditional and modern markets. Traditional markets include handicrafts such as Chabahar coins, Tapestry and passementerie, and modern markets for home appliances such as home appliances, sportswear and cosmetics.The market is full of color and its sellers are predominantly women. If you want henna they paint on your hand and you can see some of them embroidered on the mat and making jewelry and embroider. If you want colorful Baluchi fabrics or traditional jewelry, Chadourbafi (quilts), embroider, wicker work, mosaic, clams, local scarves and veil and woolen, the best place to buy them is the marketplace. The market also has spices and medicinal herbs. Indian and Pakistani brand rice is another inexpensive food in Chabahar if the volume is not exceeded. Packaging and bulk pickles including mango pickles you can buy lemons at a reasonable price in the traditional Chabahar market. One of the most important souvenirs of Chabahar is the sea fish, such as halva, salmon, redfish, milk and a variety of tasty fish. If you are interested in shrimp, you are advised to make shrimp and king shrimp.

Naien Bazaar


Nain market is related to the Timurid period and is located in Nain, near the gate of Chehel Dokhtaran. This work has been registered as one of Iran's national monuments on August 6, 1977 with No 1564. Bazaar of Nain is another interesting and historic attraction in Nain. The bazaar is340 meters along a curved line from the gate of Chehel Dokhtaran to the Khajeh Khezr mosque. The market is connected by main alleys, as well as by tributary passages to centers of neighborhoods. The bazaar has two crossroads or "chahar su". Parts of the bazaar have been renovated. The many and varied shops in the bazaar were active until a few years ago. The bazaar has been almost deserted since the economic district was moved to streetsto neighborhood centers by the main alleyways as well as the crossings. The market has two intersections or "rides". Parts of the market have been rebuilt.

Rasht Bazaar


The largest open air market in the country Rasht is a city of silver rain. Rasht's local and traditional market, located in the center of the city, plays an important role in the economy, trade and culture. The Rasht market is also the largest open air market in the country with 24 hectares and its attractive atmosphere and diversity. Their products have the high quality and novelty that attract thousands of travelers and tourists there every year. The charm of the Rasht market starts before you step on here, when the noise of noise and noise around the market reaches your ears and pulls you towards it. As you enter here, the magic of the marketplace does its job and takes you to the world of color, perfume and singing. Here the sweet accents of Rashti, Gilaki, Taleshi, Farsi and Turkish are heard from around the market, and shopkeepers and retailers song sung for attract you. Much of the attractions of the Rasht market is in food tourism.

Zanjan Bazaar


Zanjan market is one of the longest traditional markets of the country where you can clearly see the Qajar architecture style. The old market complex is divided into two parts, east and west, as a straight up and down market. The geographical extent of the Zanjan market and the variety of searis, the number of Saras (shopes) and carevansaraies in the inside cities , each dedicated to a specific name and activity, and the existence of numerous mosques illustrate the dynamics of the complex over the past and present conditions. The covered market, Iran's longest-running market, has expanded from the west and east and has been dubbed the Low and High Markets. Architectural techniques and decorative styles era have been beautifully executed of the Qajar era in searies, chambers, four squares, mosques, sara-ha and corevansarai. These techniques include the use of crescent-shaped arches, domes and multicolored arches and cradles in the main and subsidiary orders, decorated with Chinese bricks and various geometric Khafte , straight, baskets and the use of old-style bricks and tiles, and colors and designs. Qajari on the exterior and interior surfaces of buildings, arches, domes as well as the vase column. The more of these architectural styles and decorative has been methods and innovations in the components of the historical mosques of Zanjan, especially the Zanjan jame Mosque.

Grand Bazaar Tabriz


The Tabriz Bazaar is the historical market that is located at the city center of Tabriz in Iran. It is one of the oldest bazaars in the Middle East and the largest covered bazaar in the world. It is one of Iran's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex has been registered at Tabriz solar market as the world's first marketplace in the list of world heritage sites in the year 1389. Tabriz Bazaar is one of the largest indoor markets and one of the architectural masterpieces in the world. The earthquake destroyed market in the 1193 ghamari year, but Skilled architects rebuilding and new market related to the late Qajar era and the rule of the Zand dynasty. Historic bazaar complex was one of the most important commercial centers on the Silk Road. Arches and domes with beautiful workshops and high altitudes, interconnected brick structures, the order of the formation of shops, the large number of Timche, and the presence of a large number of schools and mosques that are on the side, marking this market as an excellent example of the business environment and Islamic and Oriental life. It is the world's largest indoor brick market and one of the masterpieces of Iranian architecture. The Tabriz Market Complex has 20 searies and markets, 35 Saras, 25 timche, eleven corridors and about 5 thousand and 500 shops and 40 types of work whose gold and carpet markets are very stunning.

Qazvin Bazaar


Qazvin Market is masterpiece of Iranian architecture Qazvin Market is a unique collection of Iranian architecture among the traditional markets of Iran. When the capital city of Tehran was chosen as the capital, the Qazvin market showed its importance in cross-border trade as Qazvin that was on the Tehran- road at Europe and Russia. The golden age of the Qazvin market flourished during the Qajar era, which continued until World War I. The reason for the popularity of the market at that time was due to international trade (trade with Russia and Europe) that had made the Qazvin market an economic heart in the region. Of course, it should be noted that the market dates back to a thousand years, but reached its peak in the Safavid period and in the Qajar period. It has an area of about 14 hectares and each market segment has its own jobes. The architects and designers of the building were so skilled in using brick in the structure that they created a huge and artistic collection of beauty like the Qazvin market. Brick and tile have been used elaborately in the architecture of different market segments. Parts of Qazvin architecture is semillar to the Isfahan and Shiraz markets and that dates backs to the Safavid architecture and other parts of the Qajar.It is masterpieces of architecture. Throughout the history of the market, fundamental changes in its structure have also taken place, for example the complete separation of the Mosque from the market context is one of the changes.

Urmia Bazaar


Urmia Historical Market is one of the historical monuments’s city of Urmia ancient parts that date back of the Safavid era. The market is still one of the economic centers of the city of Urmia in Imam Street. The Urmia market has historically interacted with the markets of Khoy and Tabriz and the Caucasus. The 5-hectare market has a thousand cells. Situated in the southeast of Urmia, the indoor market has a simple architecture and no traditional decorative arts in other Iranian markets such as plastering, tiling, painting and so on. The all-brick market consisting of numerous searies of shopes and four soqe. The roof of the market is also adorned with successive arches and domes that have been rebuilding in recent years and are very eye-catching. It is made up of various segments such as Saros, temches, baths, and mosques Bazaar Like most Iranian markets that show the prosperity and promot of the historic market over time. Some of the parts belong to the Safavid era and some were added to the bazaar during the Zandiyah and Qajar periods. The Orumiyeh Mosque is also built next to the historic market. Searies of shopes are incloud Perfume, fabric wholesalers , Tin makers, Mirza Hussein Agha market, knives makers, coppersmith, stone carvers, painters, Aqa Razi and others are some of the orders of this historic market. The Akhond bath of the Qajar era, and the bath of Gharrache, which Nader Shah Afshar bathed here. Urmia market also has 7 different teamches. .

Tajrish Bazaar


Tajrish Bazaar is one of the famous attractions in Tehran. A place where almost all Tehrani’s have memories of and get positive energy from walking and shopping. Imamzadeh Saleh is near in the heart of the historic and memorable Tajrish area. There is a great variety of commodities and all kinds of prices. With the presence of the market you can partially memories the atmosphere of old Tehran. You can go to various restaurants and cafes and experience delicious delicacies Alongside sightseeing in the old market, you can go to various restaurants and cafes and experience delicious delicacies. It is situated in Shemiranat district of Tehran and leads to Quds Square and Tajrish. You can find a variety of goods, fresh at market and Square exotic foods, and various handicrafts. One of the biggest attractions of the Tajrish market is the nightlife that flows in and around it, and people enjoy the climate. The Tajrish Market and the surrounding areas itself is a collection of diverse walks from traditional and traditional Iranian barbecues and restaurants offering fresh Kabab to new cafés and a day where you can enjoy Drink hot coffee with your friends. If you are from Ash and Halim, you are in Tehran's best place to eat the traditional foods. Tehran's Tajrish Market is between300 and 700 meters long and is one of the oldest and most important shopping centers in the region with more than 400 shops and chambers. The walls and ceiling are full of colorful and beautiful tiles laid out on the brick wall. The name of each shop and cellar is also painted with turquoise tiles and a beautiful Nastalik line that adds to the charm and old-fashioned feel of the market. According to some sources, the date of construction of Tajrish market in Tehran goes back to 70 years ago. Its construction dates back to the Qajar.

Grand Bazaar Tehran


Tehran Market is an old bazaar located at center of Tehran in district 12 Tehran city. Panzdahe Khordad is located outside the market area and Sabze meidan is inside market area. History of Tehran market The Tehran market is reminiscent of the era of Nasser E-Din Shah Qajar, who in the midst of his fifty-year reign, commissioned a French city-planner who draw up a map of the "Kasseri Dar al-Khalafah". Apparently, it is the warmth of Tehran's summers that necessitates the construction of a rooftop market, with capitalists and aristocrats added it with endowed Timches and marketplaces. Nasser E -Din Shah also built a large mansion in the style of west “Opera House " for holding Tazie and formal ceremonies near it (Teake Dolat) and sets up the largest mosque (Imam Mosque) to form a city near the royal palaces. Today's bazaar has a unique and sophisticated architecture, Screwed corridors, rough arch and traditional vents are the architectural beauties of Tehran market. But the beauty and complexity didn't exist at the beginning of the market. Over time, the Tehran market expanded; for example, at parts of the market built roof due to the summer heat. These developments also took place in service spaces, with cafes, zurkhanehs, baths, mosques, Saqqakhanehs and many hosseiniyes in the market. In each department were created new series of shapes that were specifically for the sale and sale of the private goods, each of them had a market. These new sections had their own Tekyes, mosques, baths and special programs, competing in festivals and mourning ceremonies to draw people's attention to the other series. Shops, markets and service spaces form a large complex of Tehran's bazaar, a large bazaar with an area of about 105 hectares today.

Khan Bazaar


The Khan bazaar is one of the largest bazaars in Yazd, dating to the time of Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar,In total, there are about 153 shops active in the Khan market and there are various segments such as market, bath, square and school. The marketes is made up of other markets: Zargari Market (gold, Panjeh Ali Market, Qaisarie Market, Alaqebandy Market, Tile Market, Chit Market, Mullah Ismail Market, Afshar Market, Sadri Market (Prince Fazel), and Mehriz Gate Market, Mesgary (coppersmith) market and Nokhodberiz market. It was a marketplace for readers and ordinary people could not use it In the past, so it was called Khan Market.

Saturday Market Anzali


Saturday's Bandar Anzali market goes back more than70 years. This Bazar Set up in downtown Anzali on Mirzakuchak Khan Street, the bazaars of around Anzali's villages and nearby towns of Gilan bring their products ranging from fruit and vegetable and vegetables to mat and wool and beautiful woven handmade. Fish, Birds , Olives, Vegetables and cereal, Local Pickles, Rice, Rhubarb )kind of Color for Salty Fish Coloring), Local Cheese is known Siyahmazegi, Masoleh Butter, Local Pumpkin, Salted and Smoked Fish, Halvah (Sohan Sesame) Fishing equipment is one of the rural products sold in this market.