Marché aux Fleurs, Paris
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Marché aux Fleurs - One of the last flower markets in Paris

Don’t go on Sundays if you don’t like things in cages, the space gets taken over by a somewhat questionable animal market.

All year round, the Marché aux Fleurs on the Isle de la Cité brings a bit of colour to an otherwise rather staid neighbourhood. You’ll see a wide variety of specialist flowers including orchids.

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