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The colorful Campo dei Fiori is Rome's best known street market.
This small market (no more than ten stands), is formed by the members of the biological producers association "Di Sana Pianta", that support crop rotation and natural manure only.
This open market got the name from the oldest bridge in Rome, Ponte Milvio, made famous by the "lovers' padlocks" featured into the recent Italian movie "Tre Metri sopra il Cielo" and many others.
This is the second "historical" market of our magnificent capital (while the one in 'Campo de' Fiori', which is also more touristy and expensive, holds supremacy) and undoubtedly the most genuine one.
On Friday the Parioli's slopes get alive with a picturesque series of stands offering Magreb food specialities, coming from all over the Arab world.
This is a very small market that takes up an entire street in the very heart of Prati (popular quarter in Rome).
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