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Flea Market Levsha is the oldest Russian flea market. It was born in 1824. It’s best to come on Saturday morning, the earlier the better. By lunchtime, all the most interesting stuff is gone. The vendors are ordinary people selling their own family antiques. The range of goods of this flea market can impress even the most sophisticated minds – there are over 5000 antiques. Here you can buy all kinds of unique vintage and antique items: furniture, clothes, shoes, dishes, books, toys, antiques, handmade, figurines, coins, badges. Many unique items come from the 70s and 80s, from the Soviet past. You will find here unusual souvenirs from the very heart of Russia. Visiting the flea market is not just shopping, it is rather a kind of excursion, cultural plunge into a local life. Flea Market is a rare opportunity to find and buy things from different eras, which have very different purposes. Flea market is always unpredictable, it’s a great place for those who love to passionately seek for antiquities. Source: https://friendlylocalguides.com/blog/moscow-best-flea-markets By S

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Novopodrezkovo station, Novoshodnenskoe Highway 166 N Longitude Latitude
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Moscow
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RU

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