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Red Market, Macau

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The Red Market is a three-story wet market building in Santo António, Macau, China.HistoryIt was planned by the architect Júlio Alberto Basto in 1934 and finally erected in 1936 and derives its name from the red bricks used in construction. The market is located at the intersection of Avenida Almirante Lacerda and Avenida Horta e Costa on the Macau Peninsula and is one of the most popular markets in Macau.The building is symmetrical in layout and has a clock tower in the middle and a watchtower in each corner. It was gazetted by the Macau government as an architectural heritage site (Decree No.83/92/M). In olden times, the market was situated next to the waterfront from where the sellers bought its goods directly from the docks. The surrounding street, Red Market Pedestrian Street, is known for its flowers-selling kiosks.A rich variety of seafood produce is available twice daily from mainland China or locally. In addition, meat (third floor), fish (second floor), poultry, vegetables (ground floor), dried food, fresh fruits, flowers and other perishable products (outside at the Red Market Pedestrian Street) are available too. The Red Market opens daily from 07:30 - 19:30hrs.
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  • A special building that can be seen far away, in the marketplace, with its concentrated features, a good stroll to buy some of the fruit or the food in the ground, well worth the visit
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  • Many markets in Hong Kong have a good relationship with other markets. In the 30 's, in the world of the red market, it was built by the red brick, and it has been constructed in the form of the Lord, and he has done a good job in the light of the wind. I have come to the end of the film to go into the line, and Hong Kong sold the wild is not much, and then leave!
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  • Fresh market of a brick building. Made in each area, to the food situation of the Macau S.A.R. shops such as vegetables, fish and meat, and interesting.
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  • traditional but very closed market。they sell traditional fruits to 电信, 小龙 steamers , and some furniture
  • It is a great place to get fresh fruits and try local food on the street. My family love this local market.
  • A local market that sell variety of goods
  • A bit on the smelly side of life.
  • A very old market. Can just take some pic outside if you don't like getting your shoes wet.

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