Modiano Market

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Modiano Market is an enclosed market in Thessaloniki, Greece. It was built between 1922 and 1930, in the center of the city and forms the central point of the city's market which encompasses over several blocks, it took its name from the architect Eli Modiano, a member of the well known Italian–Jewish Modiano family of the city.

Inside the market there are fish markets, butcher shops, tavernas and bars. It is a place of social meeting and historical significance for the city.

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Coordinates: 40°38′06″N 22°56′30″E / 40.6349°N 22.9418°E / 40.6349; 22.9418