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The Four Species Market

The Four Species Market is a seasonal market that operates annually from the night immediately following Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) to just before the start of Succot (Feast of Tabernacles), for a period of four days only. There are several Four Species Markets scattered around the city. The main one is located in the Zufnik complex, on Strauss Street, close to Kikar Shabbat. It sells the four species that are traditionally carried on the Feast of Tabernacles, the palm, myrtle and willow branches, and the citron. Another compound is set up at the Bukhari Market. There is access for the disabled; however, entrance is permitted only for men. Stalls are also set up during these days, all along Malchei Yisrael, Meah Shearim, and Yechezkel Streets. Women may enter this compound. Almost every neighborhood has a four species market during this time of year. The biggest ones are located at the ultra-orthodox Rav Shefa Mall on Shamgar Street in the Rommema neighborhood, and on Jaffa Rd., Valero St., and at the Gabon-Meyuchas St. intersection.

HaBuharim Neighborhood
26 Strauss Street (Zufnik) and the Bukhari Market
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