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    Food Markets in Barcelona, and the neighborhoods they serve

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    Barcelona residents rank their public markets as the 2nd most valuable public service after libraries. The city’s impressive system of public markets offers us an important case study for how they can function, even in a contemporary, globalized metropolis. Re-imagined as more complete places, these markets make it easier for residents to connect with their neighbors. Public markets are about so much more than food. They are about people, and are some of our most vital public spaces.

  • Amanda Maria

    In Barcelona, the city is basically built around public markets...

  • Gridlock Sam

    Why Barcelona’s Markets Are “Super” Places

  • bethany waters

    “No matter where you are in Barcelona, you are never more than 10 minutes from a market” / Photo: Mercats de Barcelona

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