Built in the mid 1400s, the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world.  It is comprised of more than 60 streets and 3,000 covered shops which attract more than 250,000 visitors daily.

Below are three shots of the Grand Bazaar.  What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below?

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Grand Bazaar Photo #1.  The Mahmut Paşa Kapısı Gate, one of 18 gates of the Grand Bazaar.

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Grand Bazaar Photo #2.  A glimpse of one of the streets and some of the shops inside the Grand Bazaar.

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Grand Bazaar Photo #3.  Looking back as we left the Grand Bazaar.

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  1. They are all so great and interesting. Love the light in the second one and the intriguing perspective of the third one 🙂

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