Sepah Bazaarcheh buy fresh in old bazaar
Duration Of Visit
0/5 To 1 Hour
Best Seasons To Visit
Sepah Market, Sepah (Shohada) Street, Qazvin, Qazvin Province, Iran
Time To Read: 4 Minutes
Also known as
- Traditional Bazaarche of Sepah
- Traditional Bazaar of Sepah
- Sepah Bazaar
Geographical location of Sepah Bazaarcheh
It is located in front of the Jameh Mosque of Qazvin, Sepah Street, Qazvin Province. Even though the street name has changed to “Shohada”, locals still prefer “Sepah”. Nearby famous buildings are Hakim District Center, cisterns, and Imamzadeh Zobeyde.
History and culture of Sepah Bazaarcheh
Sepah Street dates back to the Safavid era which was much wider than what’s left of it today. Abbas the Great and Tahmasp used the place to welcome ambassadors and other important people from other countries. Sepah Street was the center of Qazvin back then and currently is in the cultural range of the Qazvin city. Its north side leads to Chehelsotun Palace and Ali Qapu Gate, and its south side leads to Salamgah Street and Rah Rey street.
Tips and ideas
Sepah Bazaarcheh is in Southside of Sepah Street and is one of the main centers of fresh fruit and vegetable products. Mere walking in the old and charming environment of the bazaar makes you feel fresh, especially right before dusk. If you go there in the morning, please don’t miss the old bazaar's breakfasts. Delicious eggs with tasty Iranian tea can be tempting. After that, you can go north of the street and visit the Jameh Mosque. Also, there are some handicraft workshops behind the mosque in case you want to buy souvenirs. Then with a five-minute walk you will get to Sheikh al-Islam School and Mosque, a place you absolutely don’t want to miss. two minutes more walk will get you to sabzeh Meydan which is a center of everything in Qazvin. There on the west you can reach Sa’d al Saltaneh Caravanserai the best and biggest caravanserai in Iran.
REMEMBER that Qazvin is a small city and you can easily access its monuments by a few minutes’ walk using the map below.
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