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Marche Missebo, Cotonou

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Antique Store · Hidden Gem · Flea Market
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  • Good for people who wants to buy local clothes called wax, and other household commodities mostly rice and edible oil and others, i found this place terrible, because it is unhygienic, pot holes... 
    Good for people who wants to buy local clothes called wax, and other household commodities mostly rice and edible oil and others, i found this place terrible, because it is unhygienic, pot holes...  more »
  • This market is near AbuMega, mostly you will find here shops for clothes and food stuff specially rice, oil and sugar. Also many shops are there for beverages like alcohols, vins, beers and energy... 
    This market is near AbuMega, mostly you will find here shops for clothes and food stuff specially rice, oil and sugar. Also many shops are there for beverages like alcohols, vins, beers and energy...  more »
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  • This is one of the best African marketplace with all its diversity in what it has to offer. I always find what i need at this market. There is a huge amount of African print materials for a very good price. You have massive and great designs to chose from and you be spoiled of choice. Should you need already made clothes? They are available at this market. There are at least 600 shops and over a 1000 stands for different type of material to chose from. I bet you to come over and you will not be disappointed. You have also a large number of people are willing to assist you in getting the best money can buy. I must say that this is not a place for those people who cannot deal with massive crowds. If i were you? I would do it for just the feel and experience.
  • There are beautiful clothes, shoes, and every other thing you need. The best part is that a lot of the traders speak English, so it won't be hard to communicate and get what you want.

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