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Main market hall in Morondava
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The main market hall in Morondava is typical for the market halls in this region. It´s a little bit bigger than usually and you can buy very typical things. You can get there fresh and real organic seasonal vegetables, fruits and different types of meat. The people are very friendly but you have to negotiate the price.

For more information about the region around Morondava visit the homepage of Visit Mada Tours

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