Iran has always been famous among tourist due to its abundance of cultural, natural and historical attractions, this country also owns many registered UNESCO world heritage sites. One of them is astonishing Tabriz Bazaar. In ancient time, Tabriz used to be the place of cultural exchanges and the most important commercial center due to its location on the Silk Road. Historic bazaar complex consists of a great number of interconnected, covered, brick structures and buildings, it also comprises of enclosed spaces serving different functions. In the 13th century, Tabriz which was located in the province of north eastern Azerbaijan, was chosen as the capital city by Safavid kings, got famous and very profitable and as the result its cultural bazaar also gained a great deal of attention. The city had been remained as the capital till 16th century when Ottoman power invaded it, but that invasion did not have any effect on the fame and importance of the city and it continued to be a commercial hub till the 18th century. Tabriz Bazaar complex is the most complete instance representing cultural and commercial system in traditional Iran.