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The Market of the Poor

  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.
  • The Market of the Poor - Jose Colon
    Poverty levels in Spain have increased since the start of the
    crisis. In the case of Andalusia, the poverty rate has grown, driven by the crisis, thousands of people come every Sunday to this huge concourse to buy or sell all kinds of secondhand merchandise apparently without any policing.
    The Charco de la Pava is the largest flea market hawking Sevilla, is a market where evicted families, precarity, unemployment, piracy, illegal trafficking of animals,
    and other variants, are outstanding issues to profile.
    On the banks of the Guadalquivir River near the site of what was once the Expo 92 fair behind "Torretriana".
    Hundreds of people come every weekend to look around the stalls of fruit, animals, clothes, all found junk ... and objects of dubious origin. Everything is bought and everything is sold, since the crisis started a lot of families, and as a last resort, sell items from home.
    Unemployed workers sell their labor machinery and agricultural equipment such as submersible pumps, external pumps, hoes, rakes, battery chargers, jackhammer a hilti, a chainsaw, light box with differential, a hydraulic distributor or car portable fumigation.
    And also people who sell objects of unknown origin.

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