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Orthodox Icons and Soviet Nostalgia Go on Display at 49th Russian Antique Salon

The 49th Russian Antique Salon, the country's largest antiques fair, has opened at the Gostiny Dvor exposition center in central Moscow.

Since its founding in 1996, the Russian Antique Salon has hosted 7,000 galleries and private collections and been visited by more than 1.5 million people.

Until November 26, visitors can peruse modern and antique art, jewelry, furnishings, cars, and more at the 82,000-square-meter expo center: