Two weeks ago, we wrote about the completion of formalities regarding the general renovation and revitalization of Agora , i.e. the Market Hall in Chania. It is worth noting that today the demolition of the shop stands inside the building has started. Currently, the constructions of shop boxes and their equipment are dismantled and exported. Demolition of these installations is the initial stage of works, which will be followed by the major reconstruction of the historic Agora. During the renovation, 52 stores operating inside the building had to be moved to other premises scattered around the city.
According to the contract, the contractor has two years to carry out the agreed repair work. The reconstruction will involve not only the Hall's roof, which was in a terrible condition, but also the structure of the building. What will be most noticeable for customers is the rebuilt interior. The renovation of the Town Square was postponed many times, and the final signing of the contract between the contractor took place on January 13. The reconstruction and renovation of the building have been valued at EUR 15 million, and the financing burden will be borne by the Region of Crete.
Visualization of the rebuilt Market Hall. Image source: www.neakriti.gr
The Agora building was built in 1911-1913, and the building was opened by Eleftherios Venizelos himself at the end of 1913. Since then, Hala Targowa has been operating continuously for 109 years and has become a permanent element of the urban fabric of Chania. This place is important for both the inhabitants of Chania and the tourists who come here. For the former, it is not only a market where you can do your shopping, but also a popular meeting place and landmark. Tourists eagerly come here to buy local products. In 1980, the building was declared a historical monument by the Ministry of Culture.
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