The first factor that catches the attention in Vakil Bazaar is its large area. 21840 square meters is large enough to turn this bazaar into an extensive complex. The best architectures of the time were summoned upon building this awesome structure. The architecture is said to be an adaptation of Safavid architecture. The material used in the building of Vakil Bazaar are brick, stucco, and lime. The structure is built on columns made of hard rocks. The material has contributed a lot to the building to be resistant to earthquakes during all these decades. Like any other traditional bazaar, Vakil Bazaar has different particularized departments for each branch of commodity. Some of these departments are Glass Bazaar, Sword-Making Bazaar, Tailors Bazaar, and the like. One special feature of Vakil Bazaar is the height of its ceiling. The ceiling is estimated to be 10 meters above the ground. Moreover, it is wider than its other counterparts. There are some apertures on the ceiling that stop the direct glow of the sun in summer and keep the inner salon from rain and snow in autumn and winter. Furthermore, there are some windows above each Hojreh or small store that act as an air conditioner that balances the air inside. Therefore, people would not get irritated in summer because of the lack of circulation of the air. Another significant issue is that the bazaar is built at a lower level than the ground. You need to climb down 6 stairs to get to the bazaar. The last but not least, the most peculiar part of this bazaar is its tremendous ‘Chahar Sugh’ or intersection where the two main paths of bazaar meet. It is of highly decorative beauty and leaves everyone in appreciation.