Situated between Bursa Grand Mosque and Orhan Mosque, Kozahan was built by the great architect Abdul Ula Bin Pulat Sah as a foundation for historical works in Istanbul by the order of Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II in 1491.

Once upon a time, it was a place where pod (silkworm cocoon) was sold. The silk fabrics obtained the cocoons played the first role to be a textile centre of Bursa. Approximately, having lived around Bursa for a thousand-year and called as ‘‘Greengrocers’’, Turks have made the production of the pod for centuries. That tradition, sericulture comes from Central Asia.

Being a masterpiece of Bursa, the heritage of Ottoman, the deep tissues of history, the taste of natural, the grace of silk and indispensable place for the photographer, Silk Market (Koza Han in Turkish) is two-storey han located on the rectangle yard.

There is found a sadirvan (water-tank with a fountain) with 95 rooms in the middle of that magnificent structure. The stores of Silk Bazaar contains high quality and cheap productions such as silk fabrics, silk scarfs, shawls, outfit materials, artistic goods, dowery, home textile products, underwear, silver, and the other valuable souvenirs. In the east of the Han, there is placed the second yard named Dıs (Out) Koza Han. It is opened to Long Bazaar with its portal ornamented the blue charming tiles. In the past, it was named as Cedid-I Evvel, Simseh Hani, Beylik Caravansary, Beylik Han, Cedid-I Amire and New Caravansary.

Right behind it is the doorway to Koza Han. The structure composes of two breathtaking floors in the typical Ottoman architecture with a courtyard in the middle. All is covered and arched and despite silk trade as such is no longer organized here, the shops selling silk garments, scarves and also some table silver are a glamour granny’s paradise.


for those features, there are also found many modern cafes, restaurants, taverns for the visitors in order to entertain. People come here to sit either in the cafe under centuries-old oak trees in the courtyard or on one of the tables and low sofas in niches opposite the shops where you can see the action below.

Today, it provides service for visitors with its smiling and experienced tradesmen. Koza Han has been visited by domestic and foreign politicians, businessmen, governors, mayors, and famous artists.

Shopping, Entertainment, Social Life and Gastronomy Center

Emaar Square Mall, which has been one of the parts of social life in Istanbul since 28 April 2017, continues to host its visitors with its unique and inclusive line.

Emaar Square Mall project entered into service to provide an area where meets all the needs of its visitors from Turkey and other countries, as a result of this mission it hosts 491 separate brands.

At the same time luxury, accessible luxury and economic; offer options for every budget in one place. Along with the brand’s own discounts and deals, Emaar Square makes shopping easier with the advantages it offers to its visitors.

By adopting the same approach in the field of eating and drinking; international cuisine, as well as traditional Turkish cuisine are located in the mall. While offering a wide range of flavors, it is also possible to find a choice of kitchens for every meal of the day. Emaar Square continues to be a gastronomy center with this attitude while designing the coffee and cocktail-based beverage mix which has become a part of modern city life so that visitors can have a pleasant time.

The first 4DX multi-storey cinema of the Anatılian Side with a capacity of 2400 people, Emaar Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, and 3 different social concepts offered for both children and adults as the viewing terrace that started in 2018; Emaar Square Mall makes an opportunity to escape the chaos of the city with our family and friends.

also carries a wellness center features over the 138 thousand 423 square meters field.

Emaar Square embraces the heart of fashion while hosting various brands from Italian, French, German, American and many parts of the world; It creates a traditional, modern, popular and universal concept by including Turkish brands in its field.

Emaar Square, with its indoor and outdoor shops, provides a sheltered area. on the other hand, it has an architecture that does not deprive its visitors of the free, spacious street air.

Emaar Square is located in Uskudar, one of the most popular cities of Istanbul with its large land, multi-story structure, open area and promises a new neighborhood of its own originality to all visitors in its easily accessible area.


  • Emaar Aquarium & Underwater Zoo

More than 20,000 water creatures from different points of the world are at Emaar Square Mall.

Emaar Aquarium & Underwater Zoo offers visitors unique experiences and unforgettable memories as they discover the wonders of the sea.

More than 20.000 sea creatures and amphibians including the largest creatures of the world, dazzling beauties, wierd and poisonous species from the gripping jungles to the depths of the oceans welcomes visitors in an admirable world.

You will be mesmerized by Emaar Aquarium & Underwater Zoo!

  • FunLab

FunLab is an indoor family entertainment center offering entertainment for everyone from 7 to 77, with a total of 7 branches.

  • VR Room

Get ready for an indescribable fun with the best virtual reality experience in town. PUBG, Beat Saber, Arizona Sunshine, Creed and many more await you at VR ROOM and VR ROOM Arena.

  • Cafes and Restaurants 

Some of the food chains in the shopping center are Burger King, Caffé Nero, Carl’s Jr., Chillbox, KFC, Krispy Kreme, McDonald’s, Popeyes, Saray Muhallebecisi, Starbucks, Sushico, Tavuk Dunyasi, The House Cafe, Vakko Patisserie.

  • Stores

Some of the international brands in the shopping center are Adidas, Benetton, Bershka, Beymen Club, Big Baker, Desa, Divarese, Gucci, Guess, Hermes, Hugo Boss, Intimissimi, LC Waikiki, Louis Vuitton, MAC, Mango, Marks&Spencer, Massimo Dutti, Mavi, Nars, Oysho, Puma, Samsonite, Samsung, Sephora, Skechers, Stradivarius, The North Face, Under Armour, Vakko, Vans, Victoria’s Secret, Yves Rocher, Zara, Zara Home.