Market stalls are out in force in Dublin city this week attempting to cash in on the more than half a million visitors expected for Pope Francis’ visit, but some say they are overstocked and undersold.
Stalls dotted along the main tourist thoroughfares Dame Street, O’Connell Bridge and Henry Street say although the city is busy, Pope memorabilia is falling flat.
Hats, T-shirts, flags, dishes, scarves, badges, plaques, bags and even Pope Francis branded sweets and lollipops can be purchased from as little as three euro but stall owners say the price is not the issue.
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