Traditional Tomar Market from Nabão River

There is a traditional weekly market (Mercado de Tomar) every Friday in the City of Tomar in Portugal and you can buy basically everything there, from vegetables, fruit and meat to things like clothes, baskets, kitchen wares, etc. I happened to visit this market with my wife, my mother and my son and shot a few very interesting photos. When I was there, by chance I even served as a five minute translator between a couple of tourists with an accent from England and a gipsy clothes vendor. These three photos of Tomar Market were shot from the other side of Nabão River (Rio Nabão), but it wasn’t Friday so not many people were there that day. In the future I will publish more photos of the market with lots of people around, all the fresh produce and the many other things to buy.

Tomar Market on the other side of Nabão River in Portugal

Tomar Market in Portugal (Mercado de Tomar) from a distance. Photo shot from the other side of Nabão River

 

Traditional Tomar Market on the other side of Nabão River in Portugal

This is a Traditional Market in the City of Tomar in Portugal, held every Friday, but this was a different day of the week. So not many people around

 

Tomar Market seen from a Passageway around Nabão River

Another perspective of Tomar Market seen from a passageway near Nabão River

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