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Meena Bazar is a popular flea market with antiques (and not-so-antiques).
Meena Bazar is a popular flea market with antiques (and not-so-antiques). It is also known as Chor Bazar or "Thieves' Market", so hold onto your wallet and don't believe every claim you hear.
Chatha Bazar, Lal Qila, Indraprastha, New Delhi, Delhi 110006, India
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