A caravanserai known as a small or "Khan caravanserai" was built in late XV –early XVI.  It is square in plan. It has a large quadrangle with truncated corners. It has a perimeter balcony. Behind the balcony are private premises. Along the north-south axis, there is a one-room through entrance connecting commercial streets. The decorative architecture of the courtyard is built on traditional forms – pointed arch balconies within flat quadrangle frame. A simple –form cornice connects hall facades of the building along its perimeter. The Northern and southern entrances of the caravanserai are in the form of portal. In the Middle Ages, the main entrance portal of the caravanserai was from the sea-side. The southern façade of the caravanserai was two-storey and exhibits a magnificent fortification. In medieval times the commercial street side of the caravanserai consisted of shops which had no direct communication with the courtyard. It is believed that before functioning as a caravanserai the building comprised Djame Mosque and its medrese and the cells existed in its courtyard. The caravanserai is located in the main commercial street of the city and takes key place in the urban system.