Llotja

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For the school, see Escola de la Llotja.

Llotja (Eastern Catalan: [ˈʎɔdʒə], Western Catalan: [ˈʎɔdʒa]; Aragonese: Loncha; Spanish: Lonja) is a Catalan/Valencian term used to define buildings that, during the Middle Ages, were used for commercial transactions.

Others, in feudal towns, were used for fishing and livestock market.

Llotjas of the former Crown of Aragon[edit]

The existing Llotjas of the former Crown of Aragon are:

Llotjas built after Spanish unification[edit]

The Llotjas built after Spanish unification are: