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33rd Antique Market Bloshinka
7.11.2018 14:45
33rd Antique Market Bloshinka

A vase of an empress or treasures from a grandmother's chest drawer… at the 33rd Antique Market in the center of Moscow.


      
On November 10 and 11, 2018, the visitors to the “Dom” Cultural Centre will see a collection of antique items from the USSR: vintage household items, dishes and china, books and postcards, vintage toys and dolls, bags and clothing, jewelry and many other interesting things.

      
The flea market will offer artifacts for any taste. An exquisite porcelain figurine, a tea set “with a story”, antique laces, an elegant porcelain cup, a vintage wall clock or bronze candlestick - the choice is yours.

      
Admission is free.

      
When: November 10 and 11, 2018. 

      
Open hours: from 12 am to 7 pm.

      
Where: “Dom” Cultural Center at the address 24/4, Bolshoy Ovchinnikovskiy Lane, next to metro station Novokuznetskaya, Moscow.

      
      

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Moscow Russian Traditions Russian History  

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