Hundreds of antique vendors fill Arezzo in Italy once a month

03/29/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Once a month, about 500 vendors display antiques in the central square of Arezzo, Italy. The city, about 40 miles from Florence, overflows with angels carved out of oak, gold pocket watches, terra-cotta cherubs and other antiques. Arezzo is best known for this street bazaar of antiques as well as the Piero della Francesca frescoes, but it also offers a mix of medieval, Gothic and Renaissance art and architecture.

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