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Soviet Sweets Can Be Tasted in the Museum of Contemporary History of Russia
30.09.2011 14:43
Soviet Sweets Can Be Tasted in the Museum of Contemporary History of Russia
Russian chocolate "Alyonka"

It is worth to see a new exhibiton in the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, where confections popular in Soviet time are presented. 

      Visitors can see and buy such well-known food items as cakes “Kievsky” and “Leningradsky”, small cakes “Kartoshka” and “Zavarnoe”, fruit drops, toffees, grillage (crunchy nuts), liquor sweets, chocolate truffles, marshmallow and other production made according to strict Soviet standards from 100% cacao butter.

      Guests are also able to watch chocolatier cooking hare figures.

      There is an opportunity to take part in a work-shop “The school of chocolate” on Mondays.

      The exhibition will last until 15 September 2012. The address of the museum: Tverskaya st., 21, Moscow (metro station “Chekhovskaya” , “Pushkinskaya” , “Tverskaya”. Museum's website: www.eng.sovr.ru.  

      Source: www.travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.golden-brand.ru/


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Moscow events Exhibitions in Moscow Russian museums 

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