The filmmaker and his company visit Monastiraki, a busy tourist district in the center of Athens.
The film opens with a shot from a sign that is located in the center of the square and informs that "the passage of wheeled vehicles and the sale of new items is prohibited", as the area of Monastiraki is inextricably linked to its second-hand flea-shops.
Afterwards, the camera wanders in the crowded square. On Ifaistou Street we see a record store that displays its products on the sidewalk, while an old man plays his accordion sitting in a chair, between the shops.
Then, we are moved to Abyssinia Square, where from 1910 until today the second-hand flea market or also known as "yusurum" takes place. A name which derived from the owner of the first second-hand shop in the area, Elias Yusurum, in the late 19th century.
Lastly, we watch the various wares of the flea market that has almost everything, from wooden furniture and musical instruments, to plates and cutlery.