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The Butter Market
    The Butter Market, originally known as Market House, was built to a design by John Nash in 1807. From that year it was illegal to sell any fresh food except in the Butter Market. A second storey was added in 1900 and at one time housed Chichester Art School. It is now an arcade of shops.   © Photo: Ian Burt
taken 9 Sep 2012
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