Ancient Market of Avola
The Vecchio Mercato di Avola is a neoclassical building, built at the end of the nineteenth century, based on a project by the engineer Salvatore Rizza.
The structure was built in sandstone, and has a quadrangular plan with an open porch inside. The facades are embellished with ornamental rosettes in freestone, in which fish, animals for slaughter, fruit and vegetables are represented in low relief.
The Old Market of Avola is now the seat of the municipal library.