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Porto Alegre Public Market

Historical and Cultural Heritage of Porto Alegre, the Central Market opened in 1869 to house the trade supply of the city. Listed as a cultural object, it has become an icon of the shopping capital of the state. The market has today 110 establishments, with the following activities: Butchers, fishmongers and seafood restaurants (macrobiotic dishes, Japanese cuisine, Portuguese cuisine, assorted meats and a buffet), snack bars, pastries, bakeries, fruit (both domestic and imported), vegetables, animal food, seeds, seedlings, regional crafts, chocolate and candies, lottery shops, newsstands, newspapers, flora and articles for gardening, ornamental fish and aquarium products, coffee shop, barber shop, bookstore. The market offers various products, such as: Regional Products Yerba mate, teas, spices, natural loofah, beef jerky, honey. Natural Products Oats, whole grains and flours, brown sugar, soy, multi-mixture, tofu, breads, pastries, granola. Spices Domestic and imported dried fruits, jams, milk, cheeses, pates, butter, ham, olives, cod fish, smoked fish, wines, cachaça, ice cream and confectionery products, chocolate. Exclusivity The bulk sale of cereals, flour, fresh cut ham, roasted and ground coffee of various origins, fruit salad, the freshest fish in town, seeds and various herbs. Culture Besides the full range of products, the Public Market is also characterized by being a place for cultural activities as concerts, art exhibitions, parades, soirées, etc.. Source: http://www.braziltravelbuddy.com/Porto_Alegre/market/Porto_Alegre_Public_Market By S

Phone:
55 513289480
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Schedule:
daily


Directions:


Address:
Mercado Público Central Largo Jornalista Glênio Peres - Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul Longitude -51.2176584 Latitude -30.0346471
City:
Porto Alegre
Country:
BR

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