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Flea Markets of Kazan
June 26, 2019 23:50


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Usually, when most of the citizens are sleeping, improvised counters start to appear in the local flea markets early in the morning: someone lays out his own belongings on a folding bed, while others - on an oilcloth spread on the ground.

Flea Market in Tinchurin Park

In good weather, crowds of people gather here, in Tinchurin park. At the flea market in the Tinchurin Park, they sell paintings, icons, knives (including homemade ones), woodwork, badges, orders and medals from the times of the USSR, ancient bills and coins, military items in the form of uniforms, sleeves, flasks and helmets, modern and rare books, toys, figurines, antique telephone sets, typewriters, carriage wheels, cameras, cast irons, boxes, samovars, suitcases, bells, radios, plates, dishes and kitchen utensils, boots and shoes. Those who do not find the desired things, can make an order to sellers.


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Address: Tatarstan street, 53/13 (here you can get by buses number 31, 6, 53); operates on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., but it is better to arrive at 10 o'clock. 

Flea market on Goduvantseva street


The range of items sold here is traditional for flea markets - among vintage trinkets and second-hand clothes, you can find such real treasures as antique silver spoons.

Address: Goduvantseva street, 4; open  on Sundays from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Flea market near the Chekhov market

Here  you can find toys, magazines, albums, badges, postcards of the Soviet period, bright toys, as well as vintage jewelry.

Address: Chekhov Street, 2.



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Flea market near the Central Market

Due to the shortage of rows reserved for trade, many sellers lay out their goods (badges, coins, books, clothes, samovars, radios, etc.) directly on the asphalt covered with pieces of polyethylene or cardboard.

Address: Narimanov Street, 31/37.



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Shopping in Kazan

Before leaving the capital of Tatarstan, it is worth buying such souvenirs as skullcaps (the cost of Chinese is from 100 rubles, and authentic - from 600 rubles), velvet robes (pay attention to models decorated with sparkling threads and beads), Tatarstan balsam and Old Kazan vodka, shoes and boots of multicolored leather (good ichigi cost about 2500 rubles), painted woodware, decorative panels, and  “Mustel” cosmetics based on mink oil. It is worth noting that one of the best places to buy souvenirs is Bauman Street.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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