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Naschmarkt, Vienna

Naschmarkt on Wienzeile
Austria's insider take:

The venerable food market's vendors sell from numbered wooden stalls painted pine-green, and hawk everything from local fish, meat, fruits, strudels, vinegar, and pickled gherkins to an increasingly global range of curries, Croatian olives, and Asian spices. Sauerkraut, sold by the pound from a big wooden barrel, sits across from a döner kebab stall. If you build up an appetite, you'll be happy to know that the market comes framed by a long row of multiethnic cafés that take full advantage of the surrounding supplies.

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