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Paris Flea Market: Saint-Ouen – Porte de Clignancourt

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Marché Paul Bert


Created in 1946 on the initiative of Louis Pore, the Marché Paul Bert was the place of all finds, but muddy roads were a drag. In 1949, with the support and approval of the city, the first brick-and-mortar stores and paved alleys of the fleas, emerge in the now famous Marché Paul Bert.

With nearly 220 booths spread over 7 alleys, the Paul Bert Market is one of the landmarks of the Saint-Ouen Flea Market, which explains why they are today frequented by the most famous designers in the world.

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At the Marché Paul Bert, Napoleon III style furniture rub shoulders with industrial furniture and other furnishings from the 1950s or 1970s. The market boasts both restored and non-restored furniture (“dans le jus”). The Marché Paul Bert gathers stands which are regarded as “trendy” by other antique dealers of Saint-Ouen.

Marché Paul Bert-Serpette in St Ouen flea market

Where: 96 rue des Rosiers, 93400 SAINT-Ouen
Get there by Bus: 85, 95, 50, 137, 56, 60, 166, 255
Get there by Metro: Line 4 Porte de Clignancourt / Line 13, Garibaldi
Web: paulbert-serpette.com
Email: [email protected]

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