Paris’s Secret Market

“Officially opened on 3 March 1969 as the replacement for Les Halles in the centre of the French capital, the Marché de Rungis, dubbed the largest wholesale market in the world, is in the suburb of the same name around five kilometres south of the city centre. Serving buyers from across the country, some of whom travel hundreds of kilometres to snap up the top-quality produce…”

English: One of the pavilions of the fruits an...

English: One of the pavilions of the fruits and vegetables sector in the Rungis International Market, France. Français : Un des pavillons du secteur des fruits et légumes du marché international de Rungis, en France. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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