We go to market for foods and other household goods everyday. Markets are the place where we can buy necessary things. Therefore, we can see markets every where from poor countryside to luxurious cities. However, have you ever heard about a market where you can buy a bride, a market selling llama fetuses, or a market that you have to shop by boat? These markets are considered as the oddest markets in the world.
Bride market in Roma
Wearing lots of make-up and dressed in the most beautiful clothes and jewelry, thousands of teenage Gypsy girls in Roma were accompanied by their parents to arrive at an open-air bride market in order to look for Mr. Right who is willing to pay a large amount of money for his future wife. As the sale of goods, a young bride’s worth up to several thousand euros.
The market is in the village of Mogila near Stara Zagora in Bulgaria. It takes place on the first Saturday after the start of the orthodox Easter fast.
Witches’ Market of La Paz, Bolivia
The Witches’ Market is one of the oddest markets in South America. The market is in the old quarter of La Paz. It has certainly become an attraction for curious tourists, selling everything from llama fetuses, dried frogs to countless talismans and potions.
The Witches’ Market is one of the oddest markets in South America
Old Umbrella Shop in Launceston, northern Tasmania
The Old Umbrella Shop is a special store in central Launceston, northern Tasmania which is named in the World Heritage list. Built in the 1860s, the shop sells various umbrellas and other souvenirs.
Ka Firushi Bird market
Located in a dirty quarter next to the Old City’s Blue Mosque, Ka Firushi Bird market is so familiar to bird-keepers. In small open-fronted shops, shopkeepers sell canaries, bulbuls, budgerigars and other songbirds.
Deyrolle shop in Paris
Deyrolle shop is the place where you can buy a stuffed elk, a frog\'s skeleton and you can also see many creatures of all sizes including butterflies, rabbits, foxes, geese and so on.
Muara Kuin Floating Market in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan
Muara Kuin Floating Market, located in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan is a traditional market where you shop by boat. The market sells many different items such as vegetables, fruits, all kinds of fish and other household goods
Freitag\'s Recycled Shipping Container Store
Freitag Shop in Zurich, Switzerland is different from any other shops. Selling bags, it is built of containers and recycle material.
The fetish market (voodoo) market in Lome
The Lome voodoo fetish market in Togo, West Africa sells animal parts to make potions for good health and ward off evil
Rope store in Japan
Rope is a store selling items that are different from any others. It is the place where you can find all the girls’ often-used items such as uniforms, shirts, make-up and so on
The store sells items to striptease dancers including ridiculous heels, bizarre things as well as mini skirts.