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While restoring an abandoned village, I came across these three structures next to what used to be the cartographer's house:

Screenshot of structures.

What are they?

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This is a structure in the plains biome known as Meeting Point 2. It's blueprint is as follows:

Name Layer 0 Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Total
Grass Path 53 - - - - 53
Grass Block 54 - - - - 54
Dirt 13 - - - - 13
Oak Planks - 13 - - - 13
Oak Fence - 12 12 12 - 36
Torch - - 6 - - 6
Bell - - 1 - - 1
Oak Slab - - - - 18 18
White Wool - - - - 9 9
Yellow Wool - - - - 9 9

Once completely built with the blueprint, it should look like this:

Screenshot of the results of the blueprint.

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    While that's the 'official name' - as an origin of generation of a village (different villagers have differently styled 'meeting points' - a well, a crossing, a campfire - this one is to depict a marketplace with trading stalls. After village generation (for which it acts as a generic 'central tile'), other than the bell serving as point-of-interest for villagers meeting in the afternoon to trade gossip, it's purely decorative.
    – SF.
    Jul 30, 2021 at 10:55

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