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12 The Market of Izmail

The Market of Izmail

Posted on April 20, 2011 by team


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Today markets and bazaars are not very popular – they have been practically replaced by indoor markets, malls, super- and hypermarts. But in one of the Southern Ukrainian towns called Izmail there is a true bazaar of the beaten path. Everything here is like tens of years ago – it seems that you can’t find here even a single modern thing!

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12 Responses to “The Market of Izmail”

  1. Leningradsky says:

    1 USD is around 8 UAH (ukaninan hryvna)

  2. testicules says:

    I think this is a repost

  3. OLUT says:

    I want the giant rabbit! Hop hop hop…

    Testicules – you’re right. At least, I’ve seen that man holding the duck on this site before. I remember that face.

  4. Rabbit says:

    A big fat rabbit in starving Ukraine and none has eaten him yet?

  5. RAB says:

    OK but I missed this one the first time don’t forget its the real Russia we want to see and for that they do a great job especially because they post almost every day.

    If I had to sweep with one of those brooms that would kill my back,don’t they have any sticks to make handles?

  6. opticalsound says:

    Vegetables okay. Just say no to outdoor meat/poultry/fish.

  7. real food says:

    Nothing modern? Everything pictured is quite new. Even the rabbit is a 2008 model.

    Oh, I get it. In order to be food, it has to come in a can, box or mylar pouch with all kind of crazy graphics printed on it. I see.

  8. phil says:

    that’s a big rabbit

  9. steve says:

    AFLAC!

  10. Peter says:

    What a wonderful report! Beautiful!

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