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Mabril Bazaar was founded in 1941 by Júlio Pinto Leite. It started opening on Rua do Bolhão, selling German and national toys. It passed through various locations until it was permanently installed in the 1950s in the present, in one of the most important arteries of the city. Over the years, Mabril Bazaar has given increasing importance to its own creation and original design. It has also evolved in the retail business, giving primacy to children's design, becoming a reference in the area. Today, the Mabril Bazaar, spread across its four floors for sale to the public, its customers can find a diverse offer of toys, games and fancy dress.

Toys, games and fantasy costumes

Monday and Tuesday 10.00-19.30 Wednesday to Saturday 09.30-19.30



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Address:
Rua de Santa Catarina, 299

Postal Code:
4000-451

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222005927

Email:
mabril@sapo.pt

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