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"Besides being a beautiful, spacious park to get some fresh air, Mauerpark hosts one of the best Berlin flea markets on Sundays (in my humble opinion). This flea market is extensive: jewelry, unique t-shirts, soaps, tote bags, other handmade goods, cameras, records, food, coffee, and of course beer can be found here on a gorgeous Sunday. Live music pops up all over the place. A mini open-air theater-like thing invites talents to come belt their lungs out with very impressive karaoke. People form drum circles in the grass. The vibes are high at the Mauerpark flea market- if you happen to visit Berlin on a Sunday, don't miss it!!! If you're there on any other day of the week, the park is still a lovely spot to enjoy your lunch, walk around, and breathe some fresh air."
"The Sunday flea market at Mauerpark is legendary, drawing crowds in search of vintage treasures, unique crafts, clothing, and quirky antiques. It's a treasure trove for bargain hunters and collectors alike. You can also find delicious street food to grab a bite. One of Mauerpark's most iconic traditions is the open-air karaoke session that takes place on Sundays. Anyone can step onto the amphitheater stage and showcase their vocal talents to an enthusiastic audience."
"Es un parque público ubicado en el distrito de Prenzlauer Berg. Conocido por su mercado de pulgas los domingos, Mauerpark es también un lugar popular para hacer picnics, practicar deportes y disfrutar de actuaciones musicales en vivo."
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