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Central Market of Zaragoza

1903

Real Academia de Gastronomía

Real Academia de Gastronomía

Zaragoza’s Mercado Central (also known as the Mercado de Lanuza) was designed in 1895, by the Aragonese architect Félix Navarro Pérez, to replace the original open-air market that stood in the old market place. The building was completed in 1903. Built around an iron structure, the building has a functional, well-balanced design. It has a rectangular footprint and 3 aisles, with the central one being the widest and highest. Navarro visited Paris and saw Les Halles market, which had a clear influence on his designs for the Mercado Central.

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  • Title: Central Market of Zaragoza
  • Date Created: 1903
  • Location: Zaragoza, Spain
  • Rights: Foods&Wines from Spain/ICEX
  • Photographer: Blanca Berlín / ICEX
  • Architect: Félix Navarro Pérez

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