What is the mysterious Pigeotex Market in Somerset?
The answer may surprise you!
It is one of the most popular shopping destinations in the county, attracting shoppers from all over the country.
Pigeotecos are large ornamental trees, with long and slender branches.
The market is the largest in Somerset, but it is not a market at all.
Instead, it is a forested area that covers 1,000 acres, and has a population of more than 3,000.
The area has a reputation as one of Somerset’s most popular tourist attractions.
Its location, which is also the seat of the Somerset County Council, is one that attracts visitors from all across the country, and the town of Moseley has even hosted the annual Somerset County Day Parade.
But for the last 10 years, the Pigeota Market has been completely shut down.
It is not known why the market has been closed for such a long time, but the reason is a mystery.
The Somerset County Market in pictures, with a view of the Pigotex area and surrounding woodsSource: Google News article What do people think of the mystery of the vanished Pigeote Market in South East Somerset?
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