Feira da Ladra, Market
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The Flea Market is a fair of used objects that occurs in the city of Lisbon in Portugal.
With roots dating back to the thirteenth century, the Feira da Ladra walked around Lisbon until settled down  on Campo de Santa Clara, Parish of São Vicente de Fora. Dedicated primarily to trade in old stuff, secondhand objects and crafts. astle, probably in 1272, and later passed to the Rossio. It is in the year of 1552 that appears the  first announcement of the Fair in Rossio, by the Lisbon Handwritten  Statistics.

After the earthquake of 1755 it moved to Skylark Low (now Square of Joy), extending even by the Public Promenade Street West.

In 1823 it moved to the Campo de Santana,  for five months, returning to the Praça da Alegria.

In 1835 the market  returned to the Campo de Santana, where it remained until 1882, before moving to  Campo de Santa Clara, where it stayed until today.

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