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Return to normal: the first post-Covid flea market resumes its summer quarters around the Paris Center town hall, Square du Temple, along rue de Bretagne and in the adjoining streets.

This highly anticipated event will occur in a reduced format. This time, there are a little less than 300 exhibitors instead of the usual 350 due to the presence of ephemeral terraces on the sidewalks until the end of the summer.

Well known to collectors, French and foreign, and organized twice a year, the flea market in the 3rd is one of the most anticipated in Paris. It also represents an important moment in the life of the neighborhood.

The flea market starts Friday July 2 in the morning and ends Sunday July 4 in the late afternoon.

Attention lovers of antique furniture, vintage clothing and collectibles!

Flea market rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris
From Friday 2 to Sunday 4 from 6:00 a.m. to 19:00 p.m.

Text: Katia Barillot

01.07.21

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