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Market of Candy and Handicrafts Morelia

Morelia

Also known as "Valentín Gómez Farías Market" this place is a must see when visiting Morelia. It offers a delicious and enticing variety of sweets and handicrafts typical of the region and its surroundings.

The market was founded on September 14th, 1968 at the former Jesuits College, which now houses the Clavijero Palace and has since retained the tradition of selling local products. Here you can buy sweets such as morelianas, ates, candied fruits, cajeta, wafers, milk candy, chongos zamoranos, cocadas, sweet tamarind, fruit rolls and chocolate, as well as crafts elaborated with various materials such as copper, wood, metal, leather, palm, thread, cloth, lacquer and porcelain.

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Getting there

Valentín Gómez Farías s/n, Col. Centro. 58000 Morelia, Morelia

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Market of Crafts of the State Union of Artisans of Michoacan (UNEA-MICH)

Market of Crafts of the State Union of Artisans of Michoacan (UNEA-MICH)

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