This monument of Crimean Tatar architecture of the 15th century is in Belogorsk. To this day, only the gates and part of the wall, adjacent to them, have survived from the times of the caravanserai.
In the past, the building served as an inn for medieval merchants, and also played the role of a defensive fortress − with loopholes, two iron gates and four corner watchtowers. For visitors there were 120 rooms, warehouses, rooms for animals, a well with drinking water and a mosque without a minaret.
The total area of Tash Khan was 10 thousand square meters. It was the center of commerce of the peninsula. Here they sold wine, fabrics, clothes, kitchen utensils, weapons and slaves.