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  • London sees a Ramadan shopping rush
  • London sees a Ramadan shopping rush
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London sees a Ramadan shopping rush

Every year in the weeks leading up to the holy month of Ramadan, London’s high-end department stores and boutiques fill up with Middle Eastern tourists looking to do some upscale shopping before a month of restraint, a practice dubbed ‘Ramadan Rush’ or ‘Harrods Hajj.’

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