The Grand Bazaar of Tehran is a place where national trade is discussed along with it’s politics, and not surprising where past revolutions have started. Proud families have passed down their stores here for generations. You will also find every category of product and commodity has it’s own street, but what usually interests tourists the most is the old Bazaar Architecture, peeping into the Khomeini Mosque, tracing the old City Walls. And if navigating deep enough into the bazaar you might find the remains of an Armenian Church. Just try not to get lost!
The old bazaar in Tehran is the beating heart of the country when it comes to it’s people. The bazaar has been active for around 1000 years. The old public Friday Mosque and bathhouse is located here when Tehran expanded 10km north of the ancient city of Rey.