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The Covered Bazaar in Arasta was first repaired by Bergama Municipality in 1930. In the bazaar, which has been used as a meat and vegetable market for a while since 1980; There are shops where electronic goods for touristic purposes are sold. The bazaar, which has a round clock in relief in the middle, is still intact and used today. There are trade buildings built between 1930-1940 on the east and west sides of the bazaar. The building was restored in 2010.
Bergama Arasta, an Old Ottoman Bazaar dating back to the 14th century, is also the central bazaar of the district. There are shops in the Arasta Bazaar such as shoemakers, saddlers, tailors, and basket makers. It is known that the famous drink of the bazaar is black mulberry juice.