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Every Sunday, the open space underneath the eastern end of Ellis Bridge becomes one of the largest market areas in the city. Beginning alongside the bridge, continuing downhill, and sprawling across the area underneath it and along the riverfront, the market sprouts several hundred stalls selling everything one could possibly need. As a distinctly pragmatic market, however, you will see hardly any stalls hawking useless goods, tourist trinkets, pointless decorations, and so forth. Principle items include all manner of kitchen supplies, tools, furniture, hardware, clothing, electronics, used books, bedding, antiques, goats and chickens, and any other household goods you could imagine.
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