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Vernissage Market, Yerevan

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Browse through countless stands with a bizarre collection of items at Vernissage Market, one of the largest flea markets in the region. The open-air market in central Yerevan has a huge variety of offerings, from trinkets to used dental equipment. Stroll along the 350 m (1,148 ft) street to shop for traditional dolls, paintings, ceramics and woodwork, brass, and teapots in a lively, bustling atmosphere. You may find some treasures among the second-hand goods, including Soviet memorabilia, antique carpets, costumes, and photographic equipment. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Vernissage Market and many more Yerevan attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Yerevan journey planner.
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  • This market is the best place to buy souvenirs in Armenia. Shoppers can find EVERYTHING here. Although the market is open daily, there are more vendors on the weekends. Most vendors don't speak... 
    This market is the best place to buy souvenirs in Armenia. Shoppers can find EVERYTHING here. Although the market is open daily, there are more vendors on the weekends. Most vendors don't speak...  more »
  • Vernissage: French for 'vanishing'. It is Yerevan's famous weekend market that showcases the handiwork of it's various artisans from bronzework to leather, silver, ceramic and woodwork; as well as.....  more
    Vernissage: French for 'vanishing'. It is Yerevan's famous weekend market that showcases the handiwork of it's various artisans from bronzework to leather, silver, ceramic and woodwork; as well as.....  more »
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  • I'm so glad to see this place on the last day I was in Yerevan. It is within walking distance from the Republic Square. You can buy souvenirs and see lots of symbols of Armenia. Prices were OK, not extravagant.
  • We came here looking for cheap souvenirs as other reviewers said, but the prices were not cheap. We even heard a seller agreeing with another seller on what price they were going to tell us for an item. Overall there are a lot of handmade souvenirs but don’t go expecting cheap prices. There are lots of wooden and silver items, paintings, and other souvenirs.

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