Kashan Bazaar is an old bazaar in the center of the city of Kashan, Iran. It built in the Seljuk era with renovations during the Safavid period.
The bazaar has a famous architecture, especially at its Timche-ye Amin od-Dowleh section, and in this Timche, there is a grand light well which was built in the 19th century. The bazaar is still in use and is a few miles in total length. In the bazaar’s complex beside the main bazaars, there are several mosques, tombs, caravanserais, arcades, baths, and water reservoirs that each was constructed in a different period.
You can see a tea stand at one of its entrances exactly where you can sit and watch a steady stream of shoppers pass. The 19th-century Hammam-e Khan is a popular spot for a tea and Qalyan (water pipe) in the late afternoon.
There are other notable features in the bazaar contain the Seljuk-era Masjed-e Soltani (Soltani Mosque), located on the main thoroughfare (known as “The Main Line”), and the 800-year-old Mir Emad Mosque, located on a thoroughfare known as “The Copper Line”.