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If you want to haggle and buy some ancient things of hot and passionate Spain, El Jueves flea market is a right place you need.
Among all the variety of flea markets in Seville El Jueves is a long-term resident. It started functioning in XIII centery it collects rags from Spain and Seville in particular. Jumble market is open only on Thursday, no wonder the Spanish name El Jueves stands for English Thursday.
Here you can find everything and even more: books, hats, pictures, pottery, silver of different ages.
But not only old rags make the atmosphere here, local fortunetellers, painters and musicians also know how to make the place authentic. And sellers tout generous buyers who are interested not only in paying and getting goods, but in haggling as well.