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Noun Concept
Categories: Economics and finance stubs, Market halls, Vernacular architecture, Food retailers, Seats of local government
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market hall  market house  Country market  covered market  market building
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A Market House is a covered space historically used as a marketplace to exchange goods and services such as provisions or livestock, sometimes combined with spaces for public or civic functions on the upper floors and often with a jail or lockup in the cellar or basement floor. Wikipedia
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A Market House is a covered space historically used as a marketplace to exchange goods and services such as provisions or livestock, sometimes combined with spaces for public or civic functions on the upper floors and often with a jail or lockup in the cellar or basement floor. Wikipedia
A Market hall is a covered space or a building where food and other articles are sold from stalls by independent vendors. Wikipedia
Historically used as a marketplace to buy and/or sell provisions or livestock Wikipedia Disambiguation
Covered space historically used as a marketplace Wikipedia Disambiguation
Covered space for selling different goods, mostly groceries. Wikipedia Disambiguation
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