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Located in Avenida Andrés Bello and founded in 1953, the Mercado Guaicaipuro greets you with its food stalls and its sellers of beads, candles, altars and legumes. But going down to the last level, we find out that this market could well be called "the Temple of Clothing". Here you will find gabardine, linen, silk, chiffon, satin, flannel and jeans tailored into party dresses, beach shorts, pants and sweaters. Fabrics imported from China, Los Angeles and some made in Venezuela, show a variety of colors and materials that invite to the eyes to a glorious feast.
This is a definate insiders tip for shopping in Caracas.