Bird (Flower) Market at Yeni Cami Square
Along the inner side of the western gallery of the Egyptian Market, there are shops of the so-called Bird market.
Maybe they used to sell birds here once, but all I saw were stalls with food for all sorts of domestic animals.
Most of the market is occupied by trade in ornamental plants.
There is a huge selection of cacti of various shapes and colors.
You can buy flower bushes and other decorative gardening products.
I also recommend paying attention to the openwork cast-iron railing, from which an intricate pattern depicts vegetation. I didn't immediately see this decorative element behind the rows of greenery.