Arnavutoğlu Inn

The building, known to have existed in the 17th century, was specialized in spices, pharmaceuticals and exotic products brought by caravans from long distances. The inn, which has a narrow entrance facing the Şeytan Bazaar, extends towards the interior, forming a distorted rectangular form. There were also barns and dwellings for the accommodation of the caravans in the inn, where the spice and pharmaceutical shops were generally located. Connected to the Arab Inn in the southeast by a door with a corridor, the inn had a mosque in its courtyard in accordance with the traditions of the period.