The Flea Market in Jaffa is known for its vibrant character, offering visitors a diverse range of wares in an authentic flea market atmosphere.
The market was founded in the 1880's on land owned by the Greek Orthodox church and was called Suk-a-Dayar (The Monastery Market).
Over the years, the market grew and expanded. Its current ambiance and name were established in the 1950's.
tapestries, colorful fabrics and lots of finds for collectors. In the courtyard peddlers display secondhand goods, used clothing, tools, old books and many people come to search the piles laid out on temporary stalls or on the stone floor.
The shops offer Persian rugs, antique furniture, jewelry and tapestries, colorful fabrics and lots of finds for collectors
Other philatelic products issued in April 2016