New Market is one of the oldest markets of the Odessa city and recognized architectural monument.
Which things Odessa famous by? Because of the sea, humor, hot summer and noisy, almost oriental, bazaar.
It is here that you can feel a special and colorful Odessa flavor. It is here that you can hear the incredible verbal momentum and a well-known throughout the Odessa dialect, mixing languages by huge number of different nationalities which lives in Odessa city.
Here you can find all the latest city news, and discuss all the pressing problems in the process of shopping. Because Odessans so love to chat, always open and hospitable.
But most importantly – you can buy everything you need, from food to furniture for the house. Odessa market only pleasing to the eye for its abundance and variety of choice. No one supermarket can not be compared with the bazaar for fresh products and a favorite Odessans opportunity to bargain.
It is known for the rich history. Trading takes place on the location of the new market long before its founding, almost since the birth of Odessa.
Central while the Free market (Old Bazaar, now – the market Pryvoz), no longer accommodate all those wishing to traders, and it was decided to place in the Kherson area of the new shopping arcade. Hence the name of the New Market.
In 1847 this area was built the church of Candlemas, which is known for the fact that it is in this church Ivan Bunin was married with the resident of Odessa Anna Tsakni. And all trade took place around the church.
But the main buildings of the market, are still preserved, are large covered body, which was built by architect Arkadii Todorov in 1896. Actually, exactly these buildings got the status of architectural monuments now.
Exactly in this enclosure body of the New Bazar it was the first research institution which specialized on winemaking in the Russian Empire. TIt was a wine station, which was created in 1905 on its own initiative and then led the famous Vasyl Egorovich Tairov.
About the New Market wrote in their works, many writers, including Konstantyn Paustovskyi, Edward Bagrytskyi, Iurii Olesha, Volodymyr Sosiura. Here they found both sustenance for their bodies, and great cultural food for working.