Ottawa Day 2: ByWard Market


ByWard Market was establised in 1826 and it is one of the oldest and largest public market nestled in the neighbourhood of Lowertown.

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The name “By Ward” derived from the surname of the engineer, Colonel John By, who was the area’s original conveyor. Colonel John By is also the legendary builder of the Rideau Canal.

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Outdoor flower vendor.

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Canadian goodies.IMG_4165

Artisan clothing and accessories.

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The highlight is the Le Moulin De Provence stall.

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This stall is made famous by the visit of the US President Barak Obama.

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Cakes from Le Moulin De Provence.

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Single serving desserts.

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Pastries and bread.

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We bought an almond croissant for snacking.

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