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Poultry Cross Review

One of Salisbury's best-known landmarks, the hexagonal Poultry Cross is the last remaining of the four original medieval market crosses, and dealers still set up their stalls beside it. A cross on the site was first mentioned in 1307, and a poultry cross here was first named as such a century or so later. The canopy and flying buttresses were added in 1852.

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  • Address: Silver St., Salisbury, SP1 2EJ
  • Location: Salisbury
Updated: 06-10-2013

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