Markets in England


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: Markets in London, Norwich Market, Smithfield, London, List of markets in London, Cumberland Market, Camden Market, Portobello Road, Borough Market, Columbia Road market, Borough Market, Halifax, Marche ouvert, Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, Petticoat Lane Market, Brixton Market, Hungerford Market, Birmingham Wholesale Markets, Exchange Alley, Walthamstow Market, Old Spitalfields Market, Shepherd Market, Leadenhall Market, Broadway Market, Market Hill, Cambridge, Covered Market, Oxford, Bermondsey Market, East Street Market, Leicester Market, Electric Ballroom, Leeds Kirkgate Market, Chapel Market, Exmouth Market, Romford Market, The Blue, Todmorden Markets, Chrisp Street Market, Berwick Street Market, Clare Market, Camden Passage, Queens Road Market, Brick Lane Market, Barking Market, Kensington Market, London, St Nicholas Market, Queen's Crescent Market, Deptford Market, Lambeth Walk, Surrey Street Market, Ridley Road Market, Barnet Market, Sunday UpMarket, Leather Lane, Backyard Market, Lower Marsh Market, Earlham Street Market, Strutton Ground Market, Nag's Head Market. Excerpt: Norwich Market (also known as Norwich Provision Market) is an outdoor market consisting of around 200 stalls in central Norwich, England. Founded in the latter part of the 11th century to supply Norman merchants and settlers moving to the area following the Norman conquest of England, it replaced an earlier market a short distance away. It has been in operation on the present site for over 900 years. By the 14th century, Norwich was one of the largest and most prosperous cities in England, and Norwich Market was a major trading hub. Control of, and income from, the market was ceded by the monarchy to the city of Norwich in 1341, from which time it provided a significant source of income for the local council. Freed from royal control, ...

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