by Peter Mörtenböck & Helge Mooshammer

In the north east of Moscow, on an area three times the size of that occupied by the Kremlin, fifteen specialised trading areas form a rampantly growing bazaar structure that completely surrounds Izmailovo Stadium and includes all sorts of attractions: from Eurasian wholesale markets to a reconstruction of Tsar Alexander’s wooden palace in the Vernisazh complex, specially erected for tourists and the sale of arts and crafts.

Cherkizovsky Market

Rebuilt mock Kremlin, part of the tourist market Vernisazh