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Best Antiques in Mexico City

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La Lagunilla Market

La Lagunilla Market is one of the biggest markets in Mexico which is located at a close distance from downtown. The market is a traditional one and is divided into three sections which cater to clothing, furniture and food. The market devoted to furniture also has a separate section that sells antiques. It generally caters to the low income groups and offers things at a cheap price. This place also has a weekly market called Baratillo, which sells second hand items.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Centro de Antigüedades

Also known as the Mercado Londres, this antiques center is a concentration of fine shops within the Plaza San Angel, a large pink neoclassical building. It is opposite the Mercado Insurgentes, so you could pass the best part of the day looking (and buying!) great things. On Saturdays, there is also a flea market where you can buy all sorts of goodies. On Sundays, bookworms come here to buy and sell their wares.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Connoiseur Art Gallery

This beautiful and elegant gallery is for serious antique lovers. Opened in 1993, it specializes in objects dating from the period between the 15th and 18th century. It does, however, have some articles of more recent date. The objects d'art come from all parts of the world, and are invariably of top quality. It's worth visiting even if you are not thinking of buying, as it is like going into a museum.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Galería Windsor

Galería Windsor is the place to see many high quality Latin American artifacts. You may even be lucky enough to come across pre-Columbian jade objects, tin votive paintings or "retablos" and other exquisite things. This antiques shop differs from many in that it concentrates on Latin American artifacts rather more than European ones, which is not only refreshing, but appropriate for Mexico City.

Mexico City, Mexico
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