Bags of spices and nuts are offered at one store front in Zaatari’s main marketplace, nicknamed the Champs Elysees after a French hospital it was originally built around in 2012. Today, the marketplace is sprawling with refugee’s store fronts offering everything from falafel sandwiches and washing machines, to phone cards and wedding dresses brought in to the camp from Jordanian cities.

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