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Chor Bazaar literally translates to Thief Market, and a lot of stolen articles are sold here at throwaway prices.
Chor Bazaar literally translates to Thief Market, and a lot of stolen articles are sold here at throwaway prices. The noisy and bustling market nowadays also has stalls offering great deals on antiques, as well as second hand goods. Crazy crowded, it is best explored during the day. Be careful with your belongings here.
Chor Bazaar, Kamathipura, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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