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Large-Scale Flea Market to Take Place in Moscow
20.09.2013 11:44
Large-Scale Flea Market to Take Place in Moscow

The 30th anniversary Flea Market exhibition fair will be held from September 26 to 29 in the T-Modul exhibition hall (1, Tishinskaya Square).

      On September 27 from 12 am to 2 pm the entrance to the Flea Market exhibition will be free! On other days the entrance fee will be 200 rubles.

      The Flea Market art project was started in April 2005 and eventually became long-playing. Flea Market is a rare opportunity to see and purchase goods from different epochs and of various functions, all in one place.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibition Fairs Flea Market Exhibitions in Moscow   

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