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London Markets : Brick Lane

London Brick Lane markets spread through a large area down through Brick Lane, Cheshire Street and Sclater Street. Visitors can purchase wide range of good including foods, vegetables, cloths, furniture, sweets, electrical equipments, kitchen equipments, CD & DVDs, leather jackets and many more. If you are searching for Bangladesh curry powder and Indian cloths, you can find them from Brick street. This popular for buying old furniture and some used items. This market operates on Sundays morning to 2 pm, but close on Christmas days.

Brick Lane market is located where London's Bengali people concentrated, so thatís why you get those spices , silk, saree and food items there. Some of those products were imported from Bangladesh. There are few Jewish shops also located in this area. This place is recommended for bargain hunters. Visitors can get lunch with curries from the restaurants located around the Brick lane. That is comparatively cheaper. Still visitors can see some old 18th century building in this area and the community is multicultural. The nearby Columbia market is famous for flowers and plants.

Address: Brick Lane, London, E1
Phone: +44 (0) 207 377 8963
Opening Hours: Open: Sunday 8.00am - 2.00 pm
Nearest Station: Bethnal Green, Liverpool Street
Nearest Tube: Shoreditch, Aldgate East, Liverpool Street







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