The main ancient attribute of Osh as a trading city on the Great Silk Road. The oldest surviving bazaar on the territory of Kyrgyzstan since the time of the Great Silk Road. A classic example of the Central Asian indoor market of the "team" type. Of interest are handicraft, ethnographic, meat and fruit rows. The bazaar is described in many works of researchers and ancient travelers. For 2000 years this bazaar has not changed its location, only changing its size. Today it is one of the largest bazaars in Kyrgyzstan. The length of the main street of the bazaar, located on the left bank of the Ak-Buura river, is 2 kilometers.
Osh city, st. Bazaar, left bank of the river. Ak-Buura