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Tositsa Review

One block west of the Roman Forum, Tositsa is the best junk, antiques, and roaming-peddler street in the city, with good finds in everything from brass beds to antique jewelry. The paliatzidiko (flea market) here has a marvelous jumble of fascinating, musty old shops, with the wares of itinerant junk collectors spread out on the sidewalks, intermingled with small, upscale antiques shops.

Updated: 05-26-2011

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