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Feira da ladra

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"feira da ladra, often thought to mean "the market of the thieves" actually derives from the word "ladro," meaning bug or flea, often found in antiques. this market has been going on since the 13th century, and has become a staple of lisbon's local and touristic culture. held every saturday and tuesday from morning to late afternoon, you can find just about anything and everything. it is possible to bargain but at the same time be mindful of the fact that many of the merchants do this to support themselves. "
"Browse the eclectic flea market for hidden treasures and antiques. This flea market, located in Alfama, takes place every Tuesday and Saturday. You can find a variety of items, from antiques to secondhand clothes, and it's a great place to explore for unique souvenirs."
"A vibrant flea market (every Tuesday and Saturday) in Campo de Santa Clara, offering a mix of treasures, azulejos, antiques, and handicrafts amidst a sea of unique bric-a-brac."

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