Boston's Quincy Market was designed for the Faneuil Hall Marketplace by Alexander Parris in 1824-1826, when it featured the largest single-piece Doric columns in the country, quarried in the nearby town of Quincy. The building and columns still stand, but the marketplace, which served as Boston's main produce market for over 200 years, was largely remodeled in 1978.
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