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The pedestrian-only Kunduracılar Caddesi leads into the maze of the covered bazaar, which includes a 16th-century bedestan, or market, that has been restored and now houses several cafés and some gift shops selling unremarkable trinkets. The bazaar largely sells cheap clothes to locals, but does have a small but appealing section of coppersmiths, who make a variety of bowls, trays, and pots. The city's largest mosque, the Çarşi Cami, was built in 1839 and is joined to the market by an archway.
- Address: Just past Cumhuriyet Cad., Trabzon
- Location: Trabzon
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