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1. Old Bedesten
Iç Bedestan is actually a cluster of little antique stores located in the heart of the labyrinthine covered bazaar in Beyazit. Many of the shops here specialise in religious icons which are imported by the truckload from the former Soviet Union. Many also stock cases of ornate silver ornaments, including the ubiquitous evil eye. You can also find a ton of old jewellery and cute Ottoman era fob watches complete with Arabic numerals. When you're shopping, bargaining is the name of the game and the harder you bargain, the more fun you'll have!
Address: Grand Bazaar Istanbul
Opening hours: 9am-7pm Mon-Sat
Neighbourhood: Beyazit
Nearest train: Beyazit; Çemberlitas

Хорошие места для того, чтобы порыться в антиквариате: блошиные рынки в Ортакеё на Босфоре и в Кадыкее на азиатском берегу, а также Aтласный пассаж на улице Истиклал (Atlas Sineması Pasaji, Istiklal Caddesi 29, Beyoğlu, тот же вход, что и в кинотеатр Atlas Cinema). A главное антикварное место в городе - к югу от Истиклала, в квартале Чукурджума (Çukurcuma) в Бейоглу. Важно только помнить: все самое интересное в лавке настоящего старьевщика - на самой высокой полке, в самом дальнем углу.

Интересен блошиный рынок Хорхор на одноименной улице. Рынок находится в районе Аксарай, недалеко от станции метро/трамвая и представляет собой 6-этажное здание с более чем ста магазинами, преимущественно мебельными. Мебель как реставрированная, так и с очевидным "пробегом".

Большой блошиный и антикварный раздел - Old Bedesten или Old Bazaar - есть на центральном базаре Стамбула (Grand Bazaar Istanbul).


Магазины.

1. Antikarnas Istanbul
Housed in an elegantly restored four-storey townhouse, this is a great shop in which to browse amongst fine 19th-century Ottoman landscape paintings, exquisite Selçuk-era ceramics and genuine antiquities that truly belong in a museum. Until very recently the Turks were in the dreadful habit of throwing out precious antiques and replacing them with gaudy manufactured products. These days however, old is chic and consequently prices have rocketed.
Address: Faik Pasa Yokusu 15 Çukurcuma Istanbul
Opening hours: 9am-8pm Mon-Sat
Telephone: +90 212 2515928
Neighbourhood: Beyoglu
Nearest train: Taksim


2. Kerim
Kerim stands proudly among the designer clothing and furnishings stores in the fashionable upper-class shopping district of Tesvikiye. In this part of town, antiques are merely considered to be accessories that go along with a certain blasé lifestyle. You'll find some very high quality merchandise here. Check out the gorgeous mirrors, incredible religious icons, tasteful oil paintings, silver ornaments and jewellery as well as assorted valuable bric-a-brac. Everything in this store has a price tag to match the corresponding lifestyle.
Address: Atiye Sokak 14 (off Abdi Ipekçi Caddesi) Tesvikiye Istanbul
Opening hours: 9.30am-7pm Mon-Fri (mid-June-mid Sept ); 9.30am-7pm Mon-Sat (Mid Sept-mid June)
Telephone: +90 212 2313717
Neighbourhood: Nisantasi
Nearest train: Osmanbey


3. Tombak II
Çukurcuma - a small backstreet district in Beyoglu, just behind the Galatasaray Lycée - is the place to hunt for antiques and treasures at bargain prices. Tombak II stocks an eccentric selection of collectibles and curios, ranging from 100-year-old bars of soap and 1940s European razors in their original packaging (for a dollar), to silver tea services and turn-of-the-century toys. There is some wonderful stuff around and you might just end up with a real bargain if you dig deep enough.
Address: Faik Pasa Yokusu 34/A Çukurcuma Istanbul
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Mon-Sat
Telephone: +90 212 2443681
Neighbourhood: Beyoglu
Nearest train: Taksim





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