The Sant Antoni market (El mercado de Sant Antoni) was built in 1882 by Antoni Rovira i Trias, the winner of the 1859 municipal competition organized by the Barcelona City Council to develop the Eixample and which was finally developed following the plan of Ildefons Cerdà. The remodeling of the Mercat de Sant Antoni is currently underway, with completion date in April 2018. The Mercado de Sant Antoni is an exciting place for both foodies and photographers, we’ll resume our photowalks when it opens again after extensive remodeling.
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