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A bright flea market on the outskirts of Nice is filled with ancient things tirelessly beckons those who want to acquire valuable memories.
Flea markets in France are very popular, as the French appreciate their history and love things that remind them of a great past. Inhabitants of Nice are no exception, they also like to buy and wear vintage designer clothes and decorations that they look for at local flea markets.
In Nice there are several popular flea markets. The most famous is the Place Robilante. Here you can find: antique furniture, old paintings, photo and video equipment, vintage rings, brooches and other incredible things. In general, if you want to buy something original and unique for long memory, with a special value, then this place will be just perfect.
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Place Robilant flea market on the mapLocation: Street Robian 7, near the port.
From 10:00 am to 19:00 pm from Tuesday to Saturday.
More places to visit in Nice
Here, in the gorgeous genoese villa the museum of the great french artist, the co-founder of a Fauve Henri Matisse is placed.6
Promenade des Anglais
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The Old Nice
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Henry Auer sweet-shop
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Although the hill is only 92 meters high, it gives you an opportunity to enjoy the panoramic view of the famous Promenade and the whole Nice.13