After Islam entered the country, there was no reference to the Bazaar of Tabriz in the historical texts, but during the Seljuk, Ilkhanate, and Safavid dynasty this market was at its peak of reputation and there was a lot of trade in it. At the moment it is also the largest connected brick complex with a roof on top, in the world. The market has more than 6,500 shops in which handmade carpets of Tabriz and Azerbaijan, leather bags and shoes, spices, herbal products, nuts, fabrics, glass, etc. are sold.
There are other sections in the bazaar too, including mosques, caravanserais, schools, and zurkhaneh. Bazaar of Tabriz is a tourism attraction registered in the world heritage list of UNESCO. Tabriz Jame Mosque, Constitutional House of Tabriz, and Blue Mosque of Tabriz are the attractions around the Bazaar of Tabriz.