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03 Aug

, The Halls), was Paris's central fresh food market.

Located in the heart of the city, it was demolished in 1971 and replaced with the Forum des Halles, a modern shopping mall built largely underground and directly connected to the massive RER and métro transit hub of Châtelet-Les-Halles. Les Halles was the traditional central market of Paris.

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The circular Halle aux Blés (Corn Exchange), designed by Nicolas Le Camus de Mézières, was built between 17 at the west end of Les Halles.

Its circular central court was later covered with a dome, and it was converted into the Bourse de Commerce in 1889.

Unable to compete in the new market economy and in need of massive repairs, the colourful ambience once associated with the bustling area of merchant stalls disappeared in 1971, when Les Halles was dismantled; the wholesale market was relocated to the suburb of Rungis.

Two of the glass and cast iron market pavilions were dismantled and re-erected elsewhere; one in the Paris suburb of Nogent-sur-Marne, the other in Yokohama, Japan.