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Egyptian Market (Spice Market) - Turkey Local Guide
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Egyptian Market (Spice Market)

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Egyptian Market (Spice Market)

It was built in 1660 and products were shipped to from everywhere within and outside of Ottoman lands. The name “Mısır” meaning Egypt was given to market. Because the market was built with the funds of incoming egyptian taxes. However foreign visitors called it the Spice Bazaar. Because the structure housed the majority of the city’s spice trade. You can find best spices, sweets, dried goods, teas, and coffees here.


It is open everyday. It is free of charge.

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