Market Values

August 2014

Season 1 episode 13

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Ishai Goran reflects on his favourite moments experienced while exploring the world's markets. A Thai foot massage and a backgammon match in Jerusalem are just two of the many hidden treasures.

Season 1 episode 12

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Ishai Goran takes a culinary tour of world markets, tasting traditional dishes. The colour, aroma and spices and the way food is served reveal much about cities.

Season 1 episode 11

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Take a look at Florence's central market - Mercato di San Lorenzo. Built in the late 19th century, today there are more than 250 stores and over 10,000 visitors every day.

Season 1 episode 10

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Explore Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda market - one of the most popular in Israel.

Season 1 episode 9

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Host Ishai Golan heads off to Nice, the capital of the French Riviera, to get better acquainted with the people at the small but beautiful Cours Saleya market.

August 10, 2014

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Take a look at Istanbul's Grand Bazaar - one of the world's largest roofed markets, with 500,000 visitors each day to its 3600 stores.

Season 1 episode 7

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The Chatuchak weekend market is one of the largest in the world, with more than 200,000 visitors passing through to browse art, material, clothing, antiques, electronics and even animals.

Season 1 episode 5

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Explore East Berlin's traditional Gendarmenmarkt - a market best known for "Christmas magic" and it's foods and delicacies, pastries, jewellery, beverages, hand crafts as well as night concerts.
July 2014

Series 1 episode 4

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The Jaffa Flea Market stays busy every day of the week. Explore this amazing market and the second hand clothing, antique furniture, books and records that it offers in over 100 different stands.

Series 1 episode 3

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Take a tour of La Boqueria Market - the most popular food market in Spain. Over 300 stores line the market alleys employing 1500 people and catering for over 30 thousand visitors a day.
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