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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - MAY-16-2010 - Brussels has a slate of interesting markets from flowers to comic books, but the oldest and the best place to flea is at the Place du Jeu de Balle in the Marolles District near the Midi train station. Largest on Sunday, the sprawling market is stocked with everything from the practical such as refrigerators and wheelchairs to the collectible including vintage clothes and cut glass. If you tire of rifling through boxes of oil paintings walk up Rue Blaes where a number of antiques dealers, including Stef Antiek (Rue Blaes 63 and Place de la Chapelle 6; 32-2-540-81-42; stefantiek.com), have efficiently done the sorting for you, giving bureaucracy a good name. (Photo © Jock Fistick)
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - MAY-16-2010 - Brussels has a slate of interesting markets from flowers to comic books, but the oldest and the best place to flea is at the Place du Jeu de Balle in the Marolles District near the Midi train station. Largest on Sunday, the sprawling market is stocked with everything from the practical such as refrigerators and wheelchairs to the collectible including vintage clothes and cut glass. If you tire of rifling through boxes of oil paintings walk up Rue Blaes where a number of antiques dealers, including Stef Antiek (Rue Blaes 63 and Place de la Chapelle 6; 32-2-540-81-42; stefantiek.com), have efficiently done the sorting for you, giving bureaucracy a good name. (Photo © Jock Fistick)