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Miloii

Everything here has a country-chic appeal: calico skirts, smocked tops, enameled pitchers, ceramic candlesticks.
From Copenhagen's Malmö neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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naviglio grande and viale papiniano markets

Naviglio Grande: along the banks of the Naviglio Grande from Viale Gorizia to Via Valenza; Papiniano: runs the length of Viale Papiniano. The Naviglio Grande is a much anticipated flea market that materializes on the last Sunday of the month. Expect a mad mix of antiques, vintage clothing, and the occasional oddball piece (like, say, a paint-by-number version of The Last Supper). As for the Viale Papiniano, it's a weekly Saturday-and Tuesday-morning fixture. With minimal effort, we found a Venetian-lace shawl for $25.

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a.o.c.

The abbreviation stands for African Oriental Craft, and for the past 20 years this off-the-beaten-path, dust-filled duo of stores, located across the street from one another, has been stocking huge volumes of jewelry, home decor, and clothing from points such as Fez, Jaipur, and Jakarta. The inventory is so exhaustive you'll want to allow yourself a good two hours for browsing.

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penelopi 3

This superorganized shop is loaded with mod necessities for home and garden, such as hefty woven baskets and a perfect polka-dot shower curtain.

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Calma Chicha

Cowhide rugs are abundant in Argentina—the country's largest industry is ranching—and due to its immense selection, Calma Chicha is the insider-favored spot to buy them (prices start at a reasonable $200).
From Buenos Aires' Palermo Soho neighborhood store listing.

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Buenos Aires Design

The concept behind this retail center is pretty innovative: It's a sleek, multistory mall dedicated exclusively to interior design, and it's possible to outfit an entire home with goods purchased here.
From Buenos Aires' Recoleta neighborhood store listing.

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Un Buen Orden

Luis Miguel Parma and Horacio Campillo regularly traverse Argentina, from the southern Patagonian plains up to the dusty highlands near the Paraguayan border, in search of all types of antiques—army medals, swaths of old lace, elaborate chandeliers-then stock their store with the spoils. Despite the shop's name (it translates to "The Good Order"), the way in which the merchandise is displayed is gloriously chaotic.

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Pasaje la Defensa

Perhaps the most atmospheric shopping destination in the entire city, this antique-vendor-filled retail arcade, located in the 19th-century former Italianate townhouse of a once-prominent local family, is so stunning that you have to keep rubbing your eyes to make sure it's real.
From Buenos Aires' San Telmo neighborhood store listing.

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Feria de Mataderos

Hotfoot it to the edge of town for Feria de Mataderos, a lively, cowboy-style affair complete with horse-riding demos and accordion players that provide distraction from the many booths loaded with local crafts.
From Buenos Aires' Hecho en Argentina neighborhood store listing.

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Marcelo Toledo

Young, laid-back silversmith Marcelo Toledo is one of the country's premier artisans, and his homey workshop/showroom is full of elaborate poncho pins, yerba mate vessels, perfume censers, and candelabras (prices range upward of $100).
From Buenos Aires' Hecho en Argentina neighborhood store listing.

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