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Shell I? Shell I not?

Central Market Hall
IX. Fővam tιr, Metro: M2 Kαlvin tιr, Trams 2, 47, 49, Open: 6am-5pm Mon, 6am-6pm Tue-Fri, 6am-2pm Sat

There’s a kind of balcony, a gangway round around, on the first floor-level, where I took the photo.

Heading south-west from Kαlvin tιr to Vαmhαz kφrϊt, you'll come across the largest of five market halls opened towards the end of the 19th-century - the Central Market Hall. This grand structure originally incorporated an indoor canal by which goods were delivered to the market's traders. Restored in 1994, the sheer size and grandeur of the hall reflects an era when Budapest was a city with big ideas.
As is the case with many of Europe's great market halls, if you plan to visit, do so early in the morning. Saturday in particular, is the best time to see this impressive market in full swing.

If you like, take a look:Theme Budapest - Impressions
As I wrote in the note to the first one of the serie, I walked without any target, open for any impression, but fixing me more on the people.

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Additional Photos by Janos Sofalvi (joso) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 754 W: 206 N: 378] (2417)
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