Bazar-i Na'in
Na'in, Iran
The bazaar of Na'in consists of one main covered bazaar street, stretching approximately 350 meters from Darwaza-i Chihil Dukhtaran (Chehel Dokhtaran Gate) in the south to the Mosque of Khwajah in the north. Toward the southern end of the bazaar, the street passes through the square of the Chihil Dukhtaran Husayniyya. Several small mosques and caravanserais adjoin the bazaar street, along with the openings to 170 shops. 


Sulṭānʹzādah, Ḥusayn. Nāʼīn: shahr-i hizārahʹhā-yi tārīkhī, 82-96.  Tihrān: Daftar-i Pizhūhishʹhā-yi Farhangī, 1996.

IranShahrPedia: Encyclopedia of Iranian Architectural History entry: Archived site (June 13, 2019):

Registration number in Fihrist-i Asar-i Milli-i Iran: 1564. Registered 24/5/1356 (Solar Hijri)

:منابع فارسى

سلطان زاده، حسین‌. نائين: شهر هزاره های تاریخی، ۸۲-۹۶. تهران: دفتر پژوهشهای فرهنگی، ۱۳۷۴

: دانشنامۀ تاریخ معماری و شهرسازی ایران‌شهر

شمارهٔ ثبت در فهرست آثار ملى ايران : ۱۵۶۴. تاريخ ثبت: ۱۳۵۶/۰۵/۲۴

Na'in, Iran
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founded 14th/8th c. AH, with many renovations after
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بازار يائين
Bazar-e Na'in
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