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Book Market Tram

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Once it was an old tram, now its converted into a book flea market. Located just outside of town in front of the publishers office of "Heyn", you find this old tram filled with books, open all day long all the year round. And for as little as for 1€, you can buy every book in there, whenever you want.

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