The heart of civic Salisbury remains the site of good-natured markets (Tuesdays and Saturdays) and town fairs it has been since the 13th century. Surrounding streets also reveal the area’s medieval trading past; Oatmeal Row on the west side, or, to its south, conjoined Fish Row and Butchers Row, today a narrow high street channelled by high-gabled medieval houses. It culminates at the Poultry Cross, a mid 14th century gothic gazebo, beneath which medieval traders set out their stalls.
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