|The Market of San
Miguel is not nearly as impressive as the food
market Mercat de
Sant Josep in Barcelona, but if you are
wandering past Plaza Morenas, you might want to
stop just to view the building.
Mercado de San Miquel as viewed from Calle Mayor.
Mercado de San Miquel is located in a remarkable
turn- of-the-20th-century building which seems
somewhat out of place among the stone and
mortared buildings that surround it.
The striking ornamental detail of the
building was achieved through the use of paint
and wrought iron.
||If you are lucky enough to be in the
vicinity of the Mercado de San Miguel during its
opening hours, step inside. But do not be
surprised to find the security curtains on many of
the booths still in place. Each booth is operated
independently, each owner having his own
operating hours independent of those hours
posted on the outside of the building.
the number of closed booths, the Mercado is still
a good place for a traveler to shop where even
one open booth will offer a good variety of fresh
fruit and vegetables. Fish and meat venders are
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