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Lucca, Italy - flea/antique market?

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I was wondering if anyone knew where I could find the dates for the antique market in Lucca for 2015. We are going to be there 20-26 March and everywhere I keep looking either says it is on Saturday or Sunday. It also says it's on the third Sat or third Sunday. My problem is that if it is the third Saturday then it will be the 21st but if it is the third Sunday, it will be on the 15th (and I won't be there). If it won't be open while we're there, we will switch the day to Monday, as that is when most museums are closed in Florence and we can spend the day in Lucca instead. But...I love the antique markets in Europe!

If anyone can help, it would be appreciated. We are doing it as a daytrip from Florence, but just beginning to sort my days. Obviously, it's not urgent, but I love planning ahead!

Also, any other market suggestions would be appreciated! (Florence, Rome, Venice, Siena).

Thanks!

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