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Postcard from Israel: The Haifa Flea Market

It is best to get there as early as possible – with well-honed haggling skills!
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Definitely not on the standard list of tourist destinations in Israel, and less well-known than its counterpart in Yaffo (Jaffa), the flea market in down-town Haifa is well worth a visit whether you’re buying or just browsing. The market is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and of course it is best to get there as early as possible – with well-honed haggling skills!

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About the Author: Hadar Sela is the Managing Editor of BBC Watch - an affiliate of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA)

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One Response to “Postcard from Israel: The Haifa Flea Market”

  1. Grace Acosta says:

    Oh how awesome! I see tons of stuff that US yuppie designers would pay a fortune for! Hmmm, maybe it's time to start an importing business.

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