12 Things I can Find at my Local Parisian Bazaar

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26th Apr, 2013

I love my local Bazaar. It has everything, it’s all so mind-blowingly cheap and I could spend hours in there discovering all the random oddities stacked on their shelves. So today I thought I’d take you on a little tour inside with me and perhaps you might understand why it’s one of my favorite shops to browse in Paris…(seriously)!

Let’s see what we can find…

1. A Pomeranian Wall Clock

2. A Crêpe Maker

3. Bejeweled Champagne Glasses

 

4. Recorders

5. A Hologram picture of Jesus (includes an optional faux gold frame)

 

6. A Bootleg version of the Operation game

 

7. A Miniature canvas complete with artist’s stand

 

8. A Selection of Fake Bananas

 

9. A Miniature Zen Garden

10. Funky Fluorescent Lights

 

11. An array of Hologram Placemats

 

12. Cat Mugs

This place would be heaven for hipsters in search of a little irony…

In case you’re interested in visiting my little local bazaar, it’s located next at 57 Rue Bagnolet in the 20th arrondissement (next to the Père Lachaise cemetary).

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