This bazaar is a collection of arcades, commercial warehouses, vestibules, bazaar main entrance, four souks, an open space, small bazaars, mausoleum, a hammam, a school, theatre of passion plays, a mourning house, a palestra, an ice- house and several caravan serais.
This bazaar is the greatest brick-build covered and roofed structure in the world which is consisted of 26 khans and commercial warehouses, 20 arcades, 30 passage- ways, 2 four souks, 21 vestibule, 2 bazaars, 1 open space, 8 small bazaars, 8 gates, 27 mosques, 3 tombs, 6 schools, 1 palestra, 2 libraries, hammams and 1 ice-house. Tabriz historical bazaar is consisted of some large and different components which are gathered and for a long time up to this date has been a promoting factor in business.
From a historical point of view, some historian such as Moghaddassi, Yaghoot Homavi, Marcopolo, Ibn Batuttah, Hamdollah Mostoufi, Klavikhou, John Kart Wright and Sharden wrote about this bazaar that shows its anquity. Economic role of this bazaar is very distinct and explicit in its province.
This bazaar sustained a lot of damages during an earthquake in 1193 A. H., but revamped very quickly due to people’s contributions. The largest dome of bazaar is the dome of Amir arcade and the most beautiful arcade is Mozaffarieh arcade. Amin bazaar is currently considered as a main wholesale market of gold Jewellery. Mozaffarieh arcade is also one of the centres of carpet trading of Tabriz.