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Daily Bazaars, Gilan 

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 These bazaars are vicinities where various commodities are supplied, such as eatables and essentials that are commonly utilized.Women in beautiful local apparel offer their goods for sale in these bazaars and therefore these areas are a must for tourists to visist.

Old Bazaars, Gilan 

 These bazaars are the most bustling areas of Gilan. They comprise of open and covered stalls, centers for trading merchadise and are usually located in the heart of the city. All kinds of goods according to the tastes of customers are sold in these bazaars. Permanent bazaars like Rasht, Astara, Talesh, Roodbar and Somiehsara are always active. Daily bazaars are also held, where the rural folk put up their goods for sale.

Weekly Bazaars, Gilan 

  These bazaars are held on certain days of the week, and more so in the smaller cities and large villages. Here poultry, meat and other commodities can be bought.

 

The most important weekly bazaars of the province are:   

The Saturday bazaar in Masal, Lulman, Anzali, Lasht Nesha, Dehshal and Langerood. 

The Sunday bazaar in Somiehsara, Gasht, Roodkhan, Khammam, Peerbast, Lulman, Koochesfahan and Roodsar.  

The Monday bazaar in Kapur Chal, Ziabar, Shaft, Sangar, Hindkhaleh, Khoskbeejar, Astaneh, Siyahkal, and Rahim Abad.  

The Tuesday bazaar in Parehsar, Fooman, Lasht Nesha and Amlash.  

The Wednesday bazaar in Rezvan Shahr, Kasma, Zeedeh, Chukam, Peerbast, Lulman, Koochesfahan and Langerood.  

The Thursday bazaar in Seyed Sharaf Shah, Taher Goorab, Zarmeekh and the Friday bazaar and the permanent bazaar on the borders of Astara.

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