Is this a "shopping post"? Are there interesting handicrafts, artwork, antiques, or other items that people typically buy there?

There are some trinket stores, jewelry stores, and carpet stores at the Embassy and Camp Resolute Support but nothing special. - Jul 2019


Carpets and other items at the ISAF and embassy bazaars. . .virtually everyone goes home with multiple carpets. - Jun 2014


Carpets. Gems. I don't trust the vendors enough to waste a lot of money in the bazaars though. - Mar 2013


Carpets, jewelry, assorted knickkacks from the baazar next door. - Dec 2010


Carpets by the dozen, from everywhere. Wood furniture. Embroidery. Raw-cut gems. Turquoise Mountain necklaces. Oh, and five R&Rs to amazing places. - Aug 2010


Carpets. Piles and piles of carpets. Gemstones, especially lapis. Furniture and textiles. Jewelry. Istalif pottery - Jul 2010


Pashminas, items purchased from other countries while on R&R or RRB, carpets, jewelry... - Sep 2009


Rugs, lapis. - Mar 2008


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