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Gran Balon, Turin

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  • Bellissa second Sunday in May. The most beautiful and interesting is to Via Borgo Dora.Si can find anything from antiques to bric-a-BRAC. Recommended for all. Not to be missed.
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  • The Gran Balon is considered the largest antique market in Europe. Has everything you can imagine. It's a great place to spend the entire day. The Gran balon happens 01 time per month and is always fascinating. Prices are infinitely less than prices in Brazil, not to mention the quality and preservation of pieces. I visited many times and got wonderful pieces.
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  • Is a classic flea market, with practically worn clothing items, not big and it's not much organized. There are also a couple of antiques shops. Nothing to do with the market of Arezzo or, to stay in the "vicinity" of Turin, with that of Isle sur Sorgue in Provence. I have been there twice and still I was lucky on both counts. The first time I found two wonderful Golden ceramic cups of Albissola; the second time I found two curious porcelain plates, reconstruction in the years ' 80 by Russian lacquered antique porcelain representing Russian legends.
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