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minnie157

5/5
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Located on Lambra Avenue near Catalonia Square, the Boguerian market is a famous food street. This market is the most famous one. The whole market manages all kinds of snacks, food and seafood. It can be bought and cooked by itself or processed on the spot. We ordered a large basin of seafood for 60 euros. Looking at the large basin, we actually calculated the price carefully. The price is still relatively expensive. No, there's nothing particularly valuable about seafood, but when you come here, you always have to try it.

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