Plaza de la esperanza
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As I have already commented on other occasions, we consider that you have not taken the pulse of a city until you walk through its most important market, which we have not failed to do during our most recent trip to the city of Santander, in Cantabria.
Completed in April 1904, its architecture follows the fashion of the time that characterizes other markets in European cities, as along with the stone stands out the large iron and glass structure.
Outside the market, in the Plaza de la Esperanza, on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays there is a fruit and vegetable market, and on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, a market of textiles, jewelry and accessories.
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By José Manuel Dourado Tazón, Miguel Ángel Torres Puente, Jonathan Vargas Ortiz, Alberto Fernández Solís, Daniel Lastra Martín and Victorino Pérez Ontavilla, 3rd year Secondary School students of I.E.S. Santa Clara. It corresponds to an activity of the optional subject «Transition to adult life».
It is a large limestone building, with large grayish-colored windows and beautiful and artistic glass windows that illuminate the second floor; it has a rectangular shape with two floors and an external courtyard that also serves as a market and in the evenings becomes a parking lot.
During our visits, we saw the fish stalls on the first floor and the meat and fruit stalls on the upper floor and in the conversations we had with several traders we learned things like how to distinguish the white fish from the blue ones – the white ones have a smooth tail and the blue ones have a V-shaped tail, thanks Marta for your explanations-, we also learned the names of many fish such as sea bream, San Pedro fish, the differences between rock and sand fish, the origin of the salmon in this market, the nutritional properties of chicken meat and the name of vegetables and some exotic fruits brought from other hemispheres.
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At that time Santander was experiencing a cultural and economic boom due to aristocratic and intellectual tourism, and important administrative, commercial, religious and leisure buildings were being built, in a process of beautification and widening that would find its maximum expression in the Palacio de la Magdalena.
In 2010 the city council announced the comprehensive remodeling of the building, including the consolidation of the foundations and the restoration of the iron roof.The process of laying the new roof began May 22, 2010. The new roof was completed on May 22, 2010. The building’s roof is now in place.
Plaza de la Esperanza is a famous street, which in turn belongs to the municipality of El Puerto De Santa Maria. Therefore it belongs to the province of Cadiz. It is an address that has different stores. This busy area is the starting point of several routes on foot and by car. This urban area has a multitude of portals and sites. Passers-by in this part of the municipality often pass through Plaza De La Estacion and Plaza De La Herreria, on the other hand, it is a very attractive urban area in El Puerto De Santa Maria. The volume of car traffic is not usually high. Thanks to all the above, we personally give the advice to pass through this area. As if that were not enough, if you are going to go there, you have to visit Plaza Guadalajara, you will probably find it interesting.