Marche Sandaga is the principal market in downtown Dakar. It is so packed with stalls and people that you often have to push your way through. Everything imaginable is for sale, although chiefly at the low end of the scale. It's worth a visit if you've not experienced this sort of mostly outdoor market. But be prepared for the crowds, be aware that pickpockets are a significant threat, and know that you will be hassled by venders, although somewhat less than on other streets where more foreigners are found. Also, many people don't like their photo taken, and will raise quite a stink if they spot a camera pointed at them. In such a case, it's best to move away quickly, as they are unlikely to abandon their stalls or activities just to pursue you.
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