On Monday 31 October from 9 am to 5 pm you can browse again, look for second-hand items, brocante and curiosities in the Moortelbosstraat in Oosterzele. In addition to being a free haven for remarkable bargains, the flea market in Oosterzele is an atmospheric piece of tradition in which treasure hunting, grab and haggling are central. You can stroll around, browse and at the same time discover the purchase of your life. Entrance is free.
The Moortelbosstraat will be the place to be for those looking for all kinds of trinkets. Second-hand stuff is often cooler than newfangled stuff, often better quality and you get an original piece that no one else has. You can do real bargains on Monday 31 October. Many people are still fans of flea markets. A lot is for sale for a small price.
Old things have a soul, they say a lot about the time in which they were designed. The success of the flea market in the Moortelbosstraat is due to the combination of cheap shopping and the relaxing effect.
The curious nose, the collector, the antique lover, the price-conscious, the snooper, the sniffer, … one by one they will scour the flea market. The flea market is often the only hope of finding that one thing you’ve been looking for for so long. Look for a nice gadget. je
can find many useful and still useful pieces. Walking around uninhibitedly. Nice isn’t it, the search for pure beautiful things. (marcel van de pond, photos danny de lobelle)