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Right in the center of the district of Schwabing , you can find a small version of the victuals market, which is well known and often used by Schwabing´s residents.
The Elisabethmarkt originally was founded in 1880 and is named after Elisabeth, Bavarian princess, who became empress of Austria.
Unfortunately the original stalls have been destroyed by bombs in World War II, therefore today you can only find small pavillons that have been rebuilt later. A proof of how long the market already exists, is the Milchhaeusel or milk hut, facing Nordend street.
Today a great variety of products very similar to that of Viktualienmarkt is offered. Vegetables, fresh fruits, herbs, cheese, meat, wine, bread, fish, flowers and organic products, and even home-made beer are offered at more than stalls between Arcis street, Elisabeth street and Nordend street.
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