In the West Asia, markets are known as bazaars or souks. The soonest bazaars are accepted to have started in Persia, and spread to the remainder of the Middle East and Europe from that point. Narrative sources propose that drafting strategies bound exchanging to specific pieces of a city from around 3,000 BCE, making the conditions essential for the rise of a bazaar. marketplace
In the antiquated urban communities of Iran, three sorts of bazaar have been recognized; occasional bazaars, metropolitan bazaars and neighborhood bazaars. Intermittent bazaars could be coordinated anyplace and commonly occurred in open spaces and exchanged specialities, for example, crafted works, apparel, domesticated animals and staples. These occurred at standard spans, for example, month to month or yearly. Metropolitan bazaars were held in covered public walkways with shops or stores on the two sides. Its design changed by nearby conditions including atmosphere, culture and the financial intensity of the city in which it was arranged. Metropolitan bazaars were places for business, social and social connections. Nearby bazaars, held in explicit locale of bigger urban communities, were like metropolitan bazaars, yet on a more limited size with less shops.
In pre-Islamic Arabia, markets took on two structures, lasting metropolitan business sectors and brief, occasional business sectors regularly situated in provincial regions. Bit by bit, markets or bazaars bit by bit became focal highlights of metropolitan towns and were moved to the downtown area. Lasting business sectors are referenced habitually in old scholarly sources.
Markets with authentic or engineering importance include:
Fabulous Bazaar, Tehran
Bazaar of Kashan in Iran
Bazaar of Isfahan in Iran – memorable site which dates to Saljuqid and Safavid period and is the longest roofed market in the world.
Bazaar of Tabriz in Iran – a notable site that initially created along the antiquated silk courses; recorded as a World Heritage Site
Vakil Bazaar in Shiraz, Iran
Isfahan Bazaar, Iran
Bazaar of Kashan, Kashan, Iran
Rug Bazaar of Tabriz, Iran