Saturday, March 16, 2013

Marché aux Puces - Saint-Ouen VII


Les puces de Saint-Ouen
Marché Vernaison


The winding aisles of Marché Vernaison contain an abundance 
of silver, furniture, old toys, keys, ceramics, linens, and much more.


It is reminiscent of flea markets of the past and is one of the
Antica, Biron, Cambo, Dauphine, Jules Vallès, Le Passage, Le Plateau, 
L'Entrepôt, Malassis, Malik, Paul Bert, Serpette, Vernaison, l'Usine and Lécuyer



Check the link before you go and choose wisely 
as you will not be able to see it all in one trip.


Marché aux Puces, Saint-Ouen
Porte de Clignancourt
75018, Paris
 
 
 

10 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Ah, I love markets like this! Wonderful capture for the day, Genie, as always! Hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!
Hugs
Sylvia

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

Perhaps we could rendezvous here with our cameras sometime? Bisous

Starman said...

Never made it out to Saint-Ouen.

ALAIN said...

Une promenade toujours agréable, même (et surtout) si on n'achète rien.

Rob Siemann said...

One of the great markets in Europe, with Camden in London and the Rembrandts Plain in Amsterdam

xStroutx said...

Oh gosh, I can imagine how much fun it must be to forage around for treasures there!!

Daryl said...

i am looking forward to wandering, photo oping and hopefully finding a treasure or two

Mary said...

Wonderful! A true treasure trove. My kind of place. :D

Connie said...

I feel honored each time I visit and get to look through your camera with you :) I am so delighted that you started this amazing blog.
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Alexa said...

When I used to come here back in the '60s, you really could find some amazing bargains. Not so much anymore, but it's still fun to wander around and haggle with the sellers (for me, a souvenir I have "worked for" means even more).