Razzaqzadeh market is one of the oldest and most colourful, attractive and crowded markets in Zahedan in south-eastern Iran, which is mostly run by Afghan immigrants living in Zahedan due to their country’s difficult, unsafe conditions.

The presence of these fellow Persian speakers has given a special atmosphere to the traditional market, as if you are walking in a market in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital.

What follows are Mehr News agency’s photos of this beautiful bazaar, where products with Baluch embroidery are being sold alongside various colourful fabrics:

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