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Puces de Vanves Flea Market

The weekend flea market near the Porte de Vanves metro stop in Paris is one of the very best brocante in France, in terms of size and the eclectic nature of its wares. On Saturday and Sunday (Saturday is perhaps busier) morning, more than 300 vendors set up at this flea market until around 1pm (though a small number stay later). Some display their goods attractively on tables, while others simply pile them on blankets on the ground. You can find just about everything at this brocante, from the many regions of France as well as elsewhere – not surprising given the international character of Paris. At the Vanves flea market, one can expect to see paintings, ceramics, silver, art deco, 60s and 70s items, linens, books, militaria, kitchenware, and vintage clothing – among many other collectables – at prices that run the gamut. Not a very scenic spot, this is a flea market for people keen to buy rather than sight-see. Source: http://www.fleamarketinsiders.com/best-flea-markets-in-france/2/ By S

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Address:
Ave Marc Sangnier & Ave Georges Lafenstre, 14th Paris (Metro Porte de Vanves) Longitude 2.288405 Latitude 48.822484
City:
Paris
Country:
FR

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