Vucciria at night, oldest market of Palermo, Piazza Caracciolo, Sicily, Italy. The name probably derives from the word ?Bucceria?, which in turn comes from the French "boucherie", which means butcher. The Vucciria originally was dedicated primarily to the sale of meat. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Vucciria at night, oldest market of Palermo, Piazza Caracciolo, Sicily, Italy. The name probably derives from the word ?Bucceria?, which in turn comes from the French "boucherie", which means butcher. The Vucciria originally was dedicated primarily to the sale of meat. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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