Porte de Clignancourt, Saint Ouen

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Porte de Clignancourt, a Métro station that opened in 1908, was once an ancient hamlet that belonged to the abbey of St.-Denis. The station lies just inside the city limits of Paris. A short walk from the station, Marché Aux Puces de St.-Ouen, a large flea market, was founded in the late 17th century--and may very well be the origin of the term "flea market." Nearby, you can visit the Cimetière de St.-Ouen, a Roman Catholic cemetery associated with Joan of Arc. Make Porte de Clignancourt a part of your Saint Ouen vacation plans using our Saint Ouen tour planner.
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  • lots of interesting things to discover - great little stands with old and new stuff - you can find a bargain - don't buy at the first stop  more »
  • if you want to have fun and buy original, unique stuff, this is the place. Wonderland of amazing objects from all over the world. Some things are very old antiques and others are memorabilia or even.....  more »

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