Amasya Bedesteni
Amasya, Turkey
The bedesten (covered market hall) of Amasya is located on the right bank of the Yeşilırmak. It was founded in 1483/888 AH by Hüseyin Ağa, the head official and gatekeeper (büyük ağa or kapıağası) at the Ottoman court under Bayezid II.

Amasya's bedesten is a square structure made of stone surmounted by four domes resting on octagonal drums.

Sources:

Gabriel, Albert. Monuments Turcs d’Anatolie, 2:65. 2 vols. Paris: E. de Boccard, 1931.

Location
Amasya, Turkey
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Events
1483/888 AH
Style Periods
1299-1922
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Amasya Bedesteni
Amasya Bedesten
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Amasya Bedestan
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Amasya Market Hall
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Bedestan of Amasya
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Building Usages
bedestan
commercial