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All reviews soviet era for sale great market fridge magnets original art interesting souvenirs nice place to buy small items buy things bought several household items souvenir shopping musical instruments cheaper price an interesting place on display couple of hours
Interesting enough,hard to walk around as most of the items are laid out on the ground,some interesting art work down the stairs...would have been good to be able to sit some where and have a cold drink...only1 option and that was hard to find..lots of...More
If you are planning to pick up some memorabilia of you visit other than fridge magnets, this is the place to be. Porcelain items, carpets, photos of Stalin, old badges, gramaphone records, jewellery to old brass lampshades, knockers and the list goes on. Smaller items...More
An afternoon strolling around looking at a vast array of home made knit wear, clothes, paintings, home wares, and even old turn tables, cassette tapes, LPs and cameras. The list goes on..... worth a slow browse.
its just basically a street version of all the souvenir shops in tibilisi. rows n rows of merchants selling almost everything. old new fake everthing.
but dont get mesmerized by the antiques they are selling. i am no expert but lots of it looked like...More
Being lovers of all things markets, this particular one is right uo our alley, lots of things to look, take your time, there are bargains to be found, we picked up a nice ring, wearable, souvineer of Tbilisi.
When you visit georgia, don’t ever skip flea market, you will find all antiques, post war kind of things for a very low prices. Just try to bargain if you think the price is too much but nonetheless everything is worth the price.
We went in December and they told us that they start laying down their items at 10:00 am and they closed at about 17:30. But I would think that they might stay open later than 17:30 in the summer since the sun is still... More
We went in December and they told us that they start laying down their items at 10:00 am and they closed at about 17:30. But I would think that they might stay open later than 17:30 in the summer since the sun is still out.