In Jerusalem, there were two main markets, Mahane Yehuda and the Bukharan market.
Near the entrance to the city there is the main market called Mahane Yehuda, there is the neighborhood Bukharan market that characterizes the ultra-Orthodox community in the Bukharan neighborhood.
From the 19th century the Mahane Yehuda market was established, it was a long and abandoned structure, in time hawkers came in and opened stalls of vegetables and fruits.
From the beginning of its existence, the Judean camp provided its services to enthusiastic buyers until the year 2021.
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Over the years, the market stalls have intensified in number to the point of urgency and overcrowding between them.
During the shopping there were huge amounts of people who flocked to do their shopping for holidays and Saturdays.
The types of stalls expanded over the years, alongside the old ones came new ones, fruits and vegetables, meats. Eggs, nuts, dried fruits, spices.
On the eve of the holiday and Saturday the entrance to the market wore a festive atmosphere, hundreds of shoppers arrived, the hawkers cracked loudly to be approached by the shopping, the smells and colors accompanied the whole place.
Over time, Arab peddlers arrived offering their private crops, eggs from the seats, vine leaves, fruits, vegetables, and homemade pickles.
Apart from the Mahane Yehuda market, the residents of Jerusalem had no other options for shopping other than the neighborhood grocery store.
The neighborhood supermarkets were relatively expensive in their prices to the residents and also flocked to do their shopping in the cheap market.
In 1976 Remy Lou opened the gates of the first supermarket to open near the market, offering low prices.
As a native of Jerusalem, he understood the plight of the tenants, decided to offer prices that were worth every penny, in this system he attracted many customers. Later he expanded in a large number of branches throughout Jerusalem and beyond.
In the 1990s, Jerusalem knew quite a few terrorist attacks in the market area, the Jerusalem municipality decided to give priority to hawkers and turn most of the market into cafes and pubs and rehabilitate the difficult situation the hawkers found themselves in.
Its purpose was to make it easier for shoppers to shop, in a more pleasant way with super-small carts.
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