The Viktualienmarkt is located in the south of Maria Square. The history of the grain market has a long history. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, Maria Square was originally used as a farmer's market. Because of its small size, the king of that time ordered the expansion of the market area. The nearest area was opened up into a new farmer's market, so there was the embryonic form of the grain market. Slowly developed into a large open-air market covering more than 20,000 square meters, 140 stalls and shops, selling flowers, fruits, vegetables, spices, cheese, and eating and resting. The grain market is marked by a delicate May Day style decorated with blue and white striped flags representing Bavaria. The patterns on it show what goods and services are available in the market. No sooner had I entered the market than I saw a vacant lot full of people eating. There are several restaurants around here that offer catering. Everyone buys food and finds a place in the middle. Dazha's beer is only 7 Euros. There are a lot of commodities in the market, such as flowers, crafts, vegetables, food and so on.