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Salamanca Market - a short history of a long market

Salamanca Market - a short history of a long market
 
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Salamanca Market in Hobart, Tasmania is a fringe occurrence on the rim of a city at the edge of the world.

Started by Hobart City Council in 1972, Salamanca Market has become its own world, known and loved by many for its eclectic collection of stall holders, its arty-crafty soul and its beautiful setting between the old sandstone bond stores and the harbour.

Hardcover book with dustjacket
Published 2014
174-pages
Colour photos
30%
SKU SKU19094
Quantity in stock 1 item(s) available
Weight 1.50 kg
Author Bernard Lloyd
ISBN 9780980710267
 
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