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* <buy name="Museum Quarter" alt="MQ" address="Neubau" directions="U2 Museumsquartier, U2/U3 Volkstheater" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">Has half a dozen of small designer clothes shops.</buy>
 
* <buy name="Museum Quarter" alt="MQ" address="Neubau" directions="U2 Museumsquartier, U2/U3 Volkstheater" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">Has half a dozen of small designer clothes shops.</buy>
  
* <buy name="Polyklamott" alt="" address="Hofmühlgasse 6, Mariahilf" directions="U4 Pligramgasse" phone="" url="http://www.polyklamott.at" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="http://www.polyklamott.at/" fax="">Sells hand-picked second-hand clothes.</buy>
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* <buy name="Polyklamott" alt="" address="Hofmühlgasse 6, Mariahilf" directions="U4 Pligramgasse" phone="" email="http://www.polyklamott.at/" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">Sells hand-picked second-hand clothes.</buy>
  
 
* <buy name="Naschmarkt Flea Market" alt="" address="Linke Wienzeile" directions="U4 Kettenbrückengasse" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Sa 6AM-4PM" price="">Need used lederhosen? How about a doner kebab at the Naschmarkt or an Austrian war bond from the first World War? This is the place to go. It is primarily a flea market, though some stalls sell new items such as handwoven wicker baskets or food. Pick through the detritus of an imperial society, you never know what you will find hidden under that stack of terrible fuzzy sweaters. Couture gowns, communist medals from all the former Eastern Bloc countries, tobacco pipes, broken pocket watches.  Worth at least a full morning. Flea markets are the best possible blend of high and low culture, and a way to truly get to know a city. Walk all the way from the flea market end of the Naschmarkt through the food stall end to arrive at the Secession building, on the left close to the Karlsplatz metro stop.</buy>
 
* <buy name="Naschmarkt Flea Market" alt="" address="Linke Wienzeile" directions="U4 Kettenbrückengasse" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Sa 6AM-4PM" price="">Need used lederhosen? How about a doner kebab at the Naschmarkt or an Austrian war bond from the first World War? This is the place to go. It is primarily a flea market, though some stalls sell new items such as handwoven wicker baskets or food. Pick through the detritus of an imperial society, you never know what you will find hidden under that stack of terrible fuzzy sweaters. Couture gowns, communist medals from all the former Eastern Bloc countries, tobacco pipes, broken pocket watches.  Worth at least a full morning. Flea markets are the best possible blend of high and low culture, and a way to truly get to know a city. Walk all the way from the flea market end of the Naschmarkt through the food stall end to arrive at the Secession building, on the left close to the Karlsplatz metro stop.</buy>

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