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Heritage protection bid for historic Melbourne market

Australia’s environment minister Josh Frydenberg has called for public submissions on a proposal to place the Queen Victoria market in Melbourne on the National Heritage list.

The seven-hectare site is the biggest open air market in the southern hemisphere and was set up in 1878 to sell fruit and vegetables.

The nomination for heritage protection is currently being assessed by the Australian Heritage Council in Canberra.

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