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Architectural Form of Grand Bazaar İstanbul
Transcript of Architectural Form of Grand Bazaar İstanbul
is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world
has 61 covered streets and over 3000 shops
is listed most-visited tourist attractions with 91,250,000 annual visitors
was comprised of two bedesten now occupies an area of about 47000 square meter
İc Bedesten has an area of around 1500 suqare meter and Sandal Bedesten has around 1300 square meter
Today bazaar has around 4000 shops and 61 streets.
Bazaar has 11 gates which names are Beyazit,Carsikapi,Cuhacihan,Kuyumcular,Mahmutpasa,Nuruosmaniye,Örücüler,Sepetcihan,Takkeciler,Tavukpazarı,Zenneciler gates.
Grand Bazaar has a rectengular form
has four main gates which names are Second-hand Book Sellers Gate(Sahaflar in north),Skullcap sellers gate (Takkeciler in south),Jewellers Gate (Kuyumcular in east) and Women's Clothiers Gate(Zenneciler in west).
Grand Bazaar has a very functional design for shopping .
Has around 4000 shops.
These are the trades market in Grand Bazaar:
Grand Bazaar in 1890s,by Ottoman photographer Sébah
Bird's eye view of Grand Bazaar (has aprroximately rectengular form)
started to build shortly after conquest of Constantinople
completed in 1730 days
dedicated to Fatih Sultan Mehmed
Jewellers and gold bracelets along Kalpakcılar Caddesi;
Gold bracelets along Kuyumcular Carsısı;
Furniture along Divrikli Caddesi;
Carpets along Sahaflar Caddesi;
Leather goods along Perdahçılar Caddesi
Leather and casual clothes at the Bit Pazarı;
Grand Bazaar trade map in 2000's
Grand Bazaar has central square space.
Grand bazaar is located inside the walled city of İstanbul (Walls of Constantinople) in the district of Fatih.
This place was center of old İstanbul.
Bazaar can easily be reached from Sultanahmet and Sirkeci by trams.
In front of the Grand Bazaar ( central square)
originally Grand Bazaar sturcture was wood.
After the fire in 1700 they were built in stone and brickwork
Now Grand Bazaar structure has built in 1461 and have masonory type is made with rubble
Masonory type walls in Grand Bazaar (made with rubble)