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The biggest name is undoubtedly Harvey Nichols, which has its usual selection of upmarket clothes.
The mosaic-paved, stained-glass-roofed Victorian arcades of Victoria Quarter, between Briggate and Vicar Lane, are well worth visiting for aesthetic reasons alone...
The circular Corn Exchange, built in 1865 to house the grain trade, has a wonderful wrought-iron, armadillo-like roof.
Sitting at the opposite end of the retail spectrum to its flashy Victoria Quarter neighbour, this is Britain's largest covered market, selling fresh meat, fish and fruit and vegetables, as well as household goods...
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