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Naschmartk is the largest city market in Vienna. The market covers an area of 2.3 hectares and stretches for 1.5 km. The beginnings of today's Naschmarkt date back to 1780. Initially, the market square was a village market, where mainly milk bottles that were made of ash were sold. Hence the initial name Aschenmarkt, the word "asch" in German means ash.
At the market you can buy fresh fruit and vegetables, exotic herbs, cheese, bread, pies, meat, seafood and fish from around the world, including the Balkan countries, Turkey, Greece, Japan and China. In addition to food stalls, there are also stands with clothing, accessories and furniture. There are also many small restaurants which offer on their menu: sushi, kebab, seafood and traditional Viennese dishes such as Kaiserschmarrn or Palatschinken.