Multani and Bukhara Caravanserais
Multani Caravanserai was established in the 14th century. It is opposite to the Bukhara Caravanserai. Now Multani is the name of a city in Pakistan. The merchants and Zoroastrians from India harnessed this caravanserai as a stop. It is assumed that these people erected the Ateshgah Temple of Zoroastrians in Surakhani. The caravanserai has a square shape and the construction of the building is in an ancient style. There are a lot of balconies around the courtyard. Now the Multani Caravanserai houses a restaurant of Azerbaijani cuisine.
Bukhara Caravanserai was constructed in the late 15th century over a trade route passing through the Shamakhi Gates of the fortress. It is close to the Maiden Tower.
The caravanserai was used as a hotel, basically catering to merchants of Central Asia. The shape of the caravanserai building is square and surrounded by balconies and cells, and the portal is convex.