Tinkers Alley

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Tinkers Alley overview. Kalča shopping mall can be seen in background.

Tinkers Alley also known as Coppersmith alley (Serbian: Kazandžijsko sokače, Казанџијско сокаче) is an old urban downtown which was built in the first half of 18th century. It was a street full of tinkers and other crafts, together with craftsmen houses deriving from Turkish period.[1]

Unfortunately, only one part from those houses was preserved today and protected as one structural building wholeness. The alley is protected by the state as a complex of great architectural value. Now the street has many cafes and restaurants.

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Tinkers Alley is located in the City of Niš, Serbia and it is facing the Kalča which is a 32,000m2 shopping center.

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