The Turkish Bazaar, located in the town center, represents one of the few remnants of the Ottoman domination in Banat, who occupied Lipova during two periods. (1552 – 1595 and 1613 – 1718).
It is one of the most well-known places and also an important tourist sight, unique in Romania nowadays, which now offers an extraordinary space for developing the image of the town, located in its central area.
The Turkish Bazaar is one of the main tourist sights of the area, a building which is a historical monument, being also part of the town heritage, along with other buildings and historical monuments of the same category such as: The Lipova Museum, The Soimos Fortress, Maria Radna Monastery, The Romanian Orthodox Church, all these being found on the list of historical monuments of Arad County, approved by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.
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