Markets are impersonal and every potential customer is anonymous, a combination that creates interesting phenomena because alongside the inexorable quality of market forces, there appears ample room for the place of fantasy in the service of individual ego.
Bazaars, flea markets, various shops that sell souvenirs, antiques and jewellery are fields of negotiation and transaction where people-consumers are seeking happiness and pleasure through a bargain deal.
A feeling of inner fullness that people tend to seek it in different religions and political theories.
Monastiraki (literally meaning little monastery) is a flea market neighborhood in the old town of Athens (Greece) is one of the most visited areas and a major tourist attraction in Athens for bargain shopping. (by Argyris Drolapas)