Waterlooplein Flea Market
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Waterlooplein Flea Market information
Covering the square once known as Vlooienburg (Flea Town), the Waterlooplein Flea Market draws sharp-eyed customers seeking everything from antique knick-knacks to imitation Diesel jeans, pot lollipops and cheap bicycle locks. The street market started in 1880 when Jewish traders living in the neighbourhood began selling their wares here.
Food vendors waft felafel sandwiches, frites and other quick bites around the market's periphery.