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Flea Market Dry Bridge

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Flea Market Dry Bridge

445 Reviews
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Mohammad Qutishat wrote a review Jan 2021
Amman, Jordan2,164 contributions313 helpful votes
The dry bridge market is a flea market that is located on the top and below the bridge, it is an open-air flea market. It contains a lot of antiques and old Soviet-era stuff, I didn’t find anything interesting to buy, there are many second-hand items and not too many self-produced items. It’s a very average market, nothing special about it, you can kill a couple of hours here if you have nothing else to do, but there are a lot of better places to see in Tbilisi...
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Maria Rachel wrote a review Feb 2020
40 contributions
You can get lost at this flea market for hours and still want to keep looking. You can find some amazing things that are rich in culture and history.
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Date of experience: September 2019
mcmonScotland wrote a review Feb 2020
Girvan, United Kingdom833 contributions290 helpful votes
I visited on a sunny weekday afternoon. It was quite busy with loads of vendors selling almost everything under the sun. I didn’t see a kitchen sink but, did see the taps and I’m sure if I asked, they would have gotten me a sink too. There is some really interesting local art, some touristy souvenirs and, of course, the second-hand goods that are the backbone of a flea market.
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Date of experience: September 2019
TAIN2013 wrote a review Feb 2020
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,858 contributions883 helpful votes
The largest flea market in the city is located under and around a bridge from which it gets its name. On sale are all kings of objects including works of art, jewelry, books, household appliances, local artifacts and everyday objects. If you interested in history, you can also find Soviet era artifacts here. If you are lucky, you might just stumble across a bargain. As with most flea markets, remember to bargain especially if you are a tourist. If is a great place to buy some souvenirs and to get a taste of the local culture and history.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Ove S wrote a review Feb 2020
Jerusalem, Israel442 contributions152 helpful votes
You can spend hours here and we had a lot of fun just by walking around. Incredible how much junk they are trying to sell.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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