Begbazaar, Or Beipaz Aar
BEGBAZAAR, or BEIPAZ AAR, a town of Asiatic Turkey, in the _Anatolian province of Angora, situated on the Sangarius or Sakaria, about 52 miles W. of the provincial capital. Its houses are two stories in height, and roofed with shingles. Carpet-weaving is carried on in the town, and rice, cotton, and fruits are cultivated in the neighbourhood. The pears that are sold in Constantinople as the produce of Angora are really grown by the people of Begbazaar. Numerous remains of ancient works in marble are found throughout the town. Population, 4750.