Alay bazaar (12th century)

The first thing that comes to mind when you think about the East is its fabulous souks. One of the oldest bazaars in Tashkent is considered Alay, tentatively emerged in 12-13 century on the mountain Oloy, which was just a trading place on the trade routeat that time. Modern Alay  market consists of product series, where the aroma of juicy fruit, vegetables and spices captivate visitors, also clothing center and a two-storey complex of jewelry, where you can buy silver or gold.

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