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Best Events Not to Miss This Coming Weekend

This close to the holiday season, Moscow is beautifully decorated and there are many interesting events taking place. Let us share our favorites with you for this coming weekend.

Lambada Market Lambada

Lambada Market

Lambada Market

A modern and trendy fair. It is very popular among young and fashionable people. Small, local companies present handmade jewelry, trendy clothes and bags, vintage furniture, ceramics, fresh flowers, organic beauty products, teas and much more. The atmosphere is lively: you can shop, listen to live music, sip a coffee and grab something yummy from the food court.  

December 13th, 14.00 - 22.00,  December 14th - 15th, 12.00 - 22.00, Location: Rochdelskay str 15/24

Let it snow festival

We liked the summer edition of this market/festival so much so we are looking forward to check their winter version. What to expect: christmas decorations, brands from all over Russia (jewelry, clothes, cosmetics and much more), music and nice food.

December 14th - 15th, 12.00 - 21.00, Location: Museum of Moscow, Zubovskiy bulvar 2

Supermarket - young artists fair

Supermarket fair is a great opportunity for young artists to promote and sell their art works like canvases, graffic, sculpture, ceramics. This is an interesting event which allows to meet the artists and discuss their works.

December 14th, 12.00 - 22.00 and December 15th 12.00 - 21.00, Location: Tsvetnoy shopping mall, 6th floor Tsvetnoy bulvar 15/1

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