Sunday, 28 June 2009


Vserossiyskiy Vistavochny Centr aka VDNKh is all-Russia exhibition centre in Moscow. The centre opened in late 1930s as a trade show for Soviet Union's economical achievements and it still operates, however more as a market place. The area consists of 82 pavilions or 400 buildings in total and some of the former Soviet republics still hold a pavilion, for instance, Armenia and Belarus.
Photos by (c) Arnis Balcus


Anonymous said...

still holding stands, still suffering from bad economy and people living in shit... but nice pics, would like to visit that place once :)

Boris said...

VDNKh is Vystavka Dostizhenij Narodnogo Khozyajstva.