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The Grand Bazaar, which holds historical and cultural significance, is known as the world’s oldest shopping center and serves as an educational cycle for nurturing future artisans. Combining tradition and modernity, the bazaar is a hub where masters and apprentices work diligently, and it held a crucial position in the economy during the Ottoman era.

The historical Silk Road, besides being an ancient trade route, served as
a connection between continents and civilizations, facilitating the
meeting and blending of cultures throughout the ages. Along these
challenging routes, caravans of camels would journey, carrying valuablejewels and goods on their backs.