Moskva bookstore

Moscow, Russia


Ksenia Kandalintseva

In the 1930s, the space became free of low-rise buildings and architect Mordvinov led a new construction. In 1944, the house was ready though it bore post-war mark – monumental but with quite modest decor-less facade. It used to be home to Soviet poet Demyan Bedny and singer-songwriter Zakharov. On November 5, 1958 the bookstore number 100 was opened on the first floor of the building and now it is number one spot for contemporary writers and antique book lovers who come in search of rarities.


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