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Bart
Bart
August 04, 2017
go on fiday morning!
Nils
Nils
June 26, 2016
Every Friday morning, bargain hunters from all over the city and beyond gather here for an auction style flea market. Don't be scared to raise your hand and make an offer, you might be surprised what you can get for a small price. Might be best to arrive around 9 in the morning to check out what…
Sarah
Sarah
November 05, 2015
Second hand market on Friday!
Hanne & Niels
Hanne & Niels
October 08, 2014
Lovely square with nice cafes. Every Friday there is an antique market. The market is held in auction style - it's nice to see how locals yell in typical Antwerp accent :). It's a nice local spot.
Liesbeth
Liesbeth
June 29, 2014
super cosy, bit 'off' square where the Antwerp people hang out in café Roskam or around, also has a nice second hand shop

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Emplacement
Antwerpen, Vlaanderen 2000