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Old City Market. Kashgar, Uzbekistan

Kashgar - this brings back happy memories. Love the silk road. Wondering how much it has changed since I was there.

Turkish Delights from the Egyptian Spices Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey.

Turkish Delights from the Egyptian Spices Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey. The second biggest market in Istanbul is devoted to spices. Get your flavours here!

The Bedesten of Kayseri, the old covered market of the city, where you can find some beautiful Anatolian carpets.

Istanbul, Turkey - The Bedesten of Kayseri, the old covered market of the city, where you can find some beautiful Anatolian carpets.

The Coppersmith Bazaar of Gaziantep

Coppersmith Bazaar of Gaziantep, Turkey : Turkish Travel Blog

The coppersmith bazaar of Gaziantep is part of the cultural route running through the city. Called the Bakircilar carsisi in Turkish, it is an effort to keep the coppersmith trade alive.

Maras peppers are prepped by day laborers in Turkey -many of them Syrian refugees.

Spice merchants selling peppers at the spice market in Istanbul, Turkey. While Maras and Urfa peppers are the most famous regions for their peppers, other regions such as Gaziantep also produce their own peppers.

Antalya pazar, Turkey: http://www.ytravelblog.com/antalya-turkey/

What to Do in Antalya Turkey -

Always enjoyed open markets in Europe, and a few with the States! In Europe/Asis, they got me closer to ethnic foods, in the U. Most fascinating were wet markets (seafood) in Asia.

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