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Five screens; films in English with Turkish subtitles.
This cafe in the bazaar is known for its excellent home-made ice cream.
Kızlarağası Han information
Lonely Planet review
This restored caravanserai (1744) is like a much smaller, calmer version of İstanbul's famous Covered Bazaar. The market is touristy, with many items from the far end of the Silk Road (China), but good for a wander. There’s a cafe in the courtyard, where merchants once tethered their camels.