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... as well as my experience and the people I meet in such place, have proven the market to be the unofficial “town center” of Capitol Hill. You can find almost anything at Eastern Market, from the South and North Halls, to the farmer’s line and the flea market, you will never go back home from this market with empty hands. Weather it is pottery or art work you are looking for, or fresh seafood and floral arrangements, Eastern market has it all. I guarantee you will never leave your visit to Eastern Market without a smile upon your face. The sights, the smells and the people around it, will always make your visit a wonderful experience no matter what your destination in the market is. So if you haven’t visited Eastern Market yet, hop on to the metro with a hungry stomach, become once you inhale the local atmosphere, all your senses will come to live.
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