Kazan, Russia


Anna Lavrentyeva

Every big city has its flea market, Kazan is not an exception. Every Sunday in a small park on the cross of two noisy streets behind the lake Nizhniy Kaban a tiny town appears. It is populated with Kazan old ladies and gents who sell absolutely everything you can imagine: coins, books, vinyl records, CDs, antique things, military uniforms, semiprecious stones, family jewelry, kitchen utensils, objects of Soviet welfare, and lots of other various stuff like forks without prongs and dolls with torn heads. As always in such places you have to bargain and not really rely on any success – it often comes to happy-go-lucky passers-by, who find treasures for future stories in bunches of junk.

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