Belgrade Market Places - Market Skadarlija from the list Belgrade Market Places or as its popularly called by Belgraders after its founder, the famous Jewish merchant Baylon, Bajloni market, has officially changed its name to market Skadarlija 1946. But the Belgraders and still call it by its old name. Market Bajloni from the list Belgrade Market Places is located near the bohemian quarter Skadarlija, and was built between the two world wars. At that time, it worked as a wholesale market and it goods were sold as a wholesale.
In addition to market Bajloni in the memory of elderly Belgraders stays the pub Šaran in which the sellers and traders celebrated good market days.
The Bajloni market in Belgrade according to estimates supplies about 100,000 customers today.
The product range is as diverse as the regions from where the products arrive. Bajloni market in Belgrade has 725 stands for food and 165 stands for the sale of goods of high consumption. In addition Bajloni market in Belgrade is equipped with 34 refrigerated cabinets that are placed in the milk market hall of Skadarlija market.