What is another word for market square?

Pronunciation: [mˈɑːkɪt skwˈe͡ə] (IPA)

Market square is a common phrase used to describe a public open space in a town or city where markets are held. However, there are many other synonyms that can be used to refer to this area. For instance, in some European countries, market square is called "platz" or "place" in French. Other synonyms that can be used include bazaar, plaza, fairground, mall and piazza. Each of these words conveys a different connotation for the same location. While some suggest an outdoor, informal setting, others indicate a more formal, indoor space. Whatever the word used, a market square usually represents a place where people gather to buy fresh produce, food, and other goods.

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What are the hyponyms for Market square?

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Famous quotes with Market square

  • On the fifth day the Governor of the town called all the tribal chieftains to an audience in the market square, to hear their grievances. He didn't always do anything about them, but at least they got heard, and he nodded a lot, and everyone felt better about it at least until they got home. This is politics.
    Terry Pratchett

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