Madrid's flea market, El Rastro, shrinks a little for reopening
Contributed by NAMPA / Reuters.
By Juan Antonio Dominguez and Elena Rodriguez
MADRID, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Madrid's vast flea market, El
Rastro, reopened with a sigh of relief on Sunday with tightened
security and fewer stalls, more than eight months after closing
because of the coronavirus.
Visitor numbers, which can top 100,000 on a normal Sunday,
were limited to 2,000 at a time, while stalls were spaced
further apart and police stood at the entrances and exits to
ensure people stuck to a on ...