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Dating back to the Safavid period, it is one of the unique roofed bazaars in Khorassan province. It is the only part of the large bazaars stretching from Mashad Gate to Iraq Gate.
It enjoys some houses, a caravansary, a small bazaar and a bathhouse. From 1998 onwards, the bazaar has been restored by the Cultural Heritage Organization and tradesmen of the Bazaar.
Written Jul 14, 2005
Shadiakh is Archaeological site in south east of Neyshabur, 1.5km west of Khayyam & 200m west of tomb of Attar.
Shadiakh constitute from 2 Word "Shady" & "Akh" means Happiness Creator.
The name Also recorded as "ShadKhakh", "ShadJahan" & "Shad Mehr".
Shadiakh was firstly a royal Garden in south western of old Neyshabur founded by Abdolah ebne Taher in ~830 AD.
Some notable people like Attar lived there. Attar's tomb is nowadays in that region.
The great earthquake destroyed this site in 1308 AD.
Some buildings has been discovered as audience hall, Forge, wine production, Glass blowing workshops & pottery kilns.
& some Objects as Pottery, glasses, metallic artifacts , Fresco, plaster statues & some skeletons.
some object are kept in small gallery in site.
Updated Jan 7, 2008