St-Ouen Flea Market

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Granted official recognition in 1885, this is the world's largest flea market, and in fact is composed of 16 markets (including Biron and Dauphine) covering nearly 7ha. A charming stockpile of old furniture and objects, some kitsch, some classic, often unusual or by leading names, a peerless gathering of collectables for a myriad uses. Something for everyone, regardless of taste.

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Opening hours

(Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-6pm and Mon 11am-5pm)

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