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Ankara’s Top 5 Historical Shops

Ankara’s Top 5 Historical Shops

Cengel Inn

From the inscriptions found here it was built in 1522 and is located just below the castle on Sefa Street and Atpazari Square.

Kursunlu Inn

On the road towards the castle you will find this typical Ottoman style inn that was built in 1421 by Fatih’s Grand Vizier Mahmut Paşa.

Mahmut Paşa Bazaar

Next to Kursunlu Inn this built between 1421 and 1459 by Grand Vizier Mahmut Paşa, it forms a perfect square with an east to west direction, having two parts; the bazaar storage area with 10 domes and the shopping area that faces outwards.  Today the domed part of the building is the exhibition hall of the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations.

Sulu Inn

This is also known as the Hasan Paşa Inn and is located in the Haci Dogan neighbourhood in between the streets of Teknecilier and Sulu Inn.  The inn is believed to have been built in 1655 by Seyhulislam Cevvar Zade Mehmet Emin Bey and then donated to the Zincirli Mosque but records actually indicate it was donated to the mosque in 1411 by Abdulkerimzade Mehmet Emin Bey.

Zagfiran (Safran) Inn

From the records found here it is assumed this was built in 1512 by Haci Ibrahim Bin Haci Mehmet who originally came from Kayseri and settled in Ankara.  The building is located in Atpazari and is split in two, one half is private and the other belongs to the foundation, there is a small mosque here and a fountain that is at the entrance to the Lutfi Inn.  

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