Alay Bazaar
The history of the Alay Bazaar goes back to those distant times, when the Great Silk Road passed through the Central Asia. Its name comes from the name of the Alay mountains. In the XII-XIX centuries, the surroundings of these mountains were a convenient and prestigious trade place. Kazakhs, Tajiks, Uzbeks and Kyrgyzs traded here fruits, vegetables and spices, pottery and silk products. Over the years some settlements began to form around the bazaar. In the 50s of the last century there were constructions of stands built by white brick at the bazaar. Moreover, 125 new shops were added after the independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan. On April 15, 2003, the bazaar became a joint stock company. Currently, there are about 2,000 shops on its territory. Here you can find an abundance of fruit and vegetables, pickles and spices, wide range of meat, fresh fish, milk and dairy products and a large variety of ​​flowers.

Location

Information table

Category

Bazaars

Region

Tashkent city, Yunusabad district

Address

Amir Temur Street, 40

Landmark

Main Office of UMS

Phone number

Email address

Bazaar "Chorsu"
Chorsu Bazaar
Alay Bazaar
Siyob Bazaar
Palvan-Darvoza Bazaar
Old market Chorsu
The Central Bazaar of Termez
Nugay Caravanserai

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