This popular flea market is the only market in the world open seven days a week, 365 days a year. With more than 500 stalls and shops, you can find a huge selection of bric-a-brac, vintage furniture and retro décor pieces. There is even a regular stall that sells spare chandelier parts. The traders are often the same and a man near the church sells vintage hand bags, suitcases and typewriters.
On the right side of the Palais de justice (Justice palace) which sits on a hill, is an elevator who brings you down to the "Marolles" district.
Inside the cabin you have a wonderful view on Brussels
Looking down to the "Marolles" it seems quite high !
a funny statue greets you
Houses with funny wall paintings
Cafes where you can sit, drink your beer and observe the people
From false teeth to mink coats you find everything here
The architecture in this area is very beautiful too
You can read more about the fleamarket here in my Countries & Cities Blog
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