RIGA - The Riga Central Market (RCM) vegetable pavilion was formerly known as the so-called Vainode Zeppelin shed and was used for military purposes, explains Rota Murniece, Public Relations and Communications manager at RCM. From 1922 on, the pavilions were connected in order to use the space as we know it today – as a food market.Looking to a more recent food market, Karlis and Martins Dambergs both set up their Kalnciema Quarter wooden buildings as new and pleasant space for their customers, in Agenskalns. This was, therefore, the start of a ‘slow foods’ mar...
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