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26/05/2017
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City Attractions

Markets and Bazaars

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
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
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
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
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
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...
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 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
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’...