20 Welcome to the New Grocery Store!

Welcome to the New Grocery Store!

Posted on January 30, 2013 by team

A new grocery store has opened in Minsk, Belarus. It became the event which is worth to be reported about – A new. Grocery Store. In Minsk! But what is so special about it? Nothing! It’s an ordinary store with ordinary food. But why did so many people come? Who knows!




So why?

Location: Minsk, Belarus

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20 responses to “Welcome to the New Grocery Store!”

  1. roofius says:

    Because discounts

  2. telorax says:

    Do Russians know how to SMILE?

    • uliqed says:

      It is part of the life (not so bright),and culture. We have this saying: “Laughing without reason, looking like idiot”.

    • boa says:

      Reckon 90+% of the Belarians in the photos are smiling, look closely at their eyes. Only the children show blank bewilderment. In fairness these people present their emotions honestly, much better than seeing an insincere plastic toothed “Hollywood” grin.

    • ashley baker says:

      if you live in Belarus through that winter, i bet you would not smile either 🙂 or should i 🙁

  3. YJ says:

    They want to feel the nostalgia of the breadlines of the 1990s.

  4. René De Beaumarchais says:

    The raven-haired, grey-shirted woman looks very respectable.

  5. p51d007 says:

    I remember reading a news article in the early 80’s of a Russian who moved to the USA in the 70’s, and he said the first time he went into a U.S. supermarket, he then realized that everything he grew up learning about the soviet union was a lie. These photos look just like the lines in front of government stores from the 70’s, EXCEPT they actually have FOOD on the shelves.

  6. Jewels Vern says:

    It’s the first time I have seen a picture of a Russian food store with actual food in sight!

  7. Tom says:

    It is called “abundance” and everyone wants to feel it. Notice how the carts are mainly empty or carry children. No doubt their leader does not do much to provide them with abundance.

  8. CZenda says:

    Do I see right? Bottle of Martini Rosso for 147 000 roubles? That would be less than 1,5 EURO??

  9. Fred Johnson says:

    Because everybody remembers what it was like before.

  10. mark says:

    Everywhere in this world, some girls always love to shows her left-side face or right-side face with a litlle smile. They nver show their fully face except in the pasport photo

  11. Angel says:

    Don’t worry friends,all of this people have a job and normal pencil.And all the criminals in this country are in prison.

  12. todd says:

    I watched a travel show in Russia most of the shelves where empty MICHEL PALIN UK FOLK WOULD NO HIM

  13. Tommo says:

    Belarus would be a great place to make a Dawn of the Dead remake

  14. Dolores says:

    Young Belorussians are probably the best looking people in Europe. It’s a shame, too, that all Belorussians live with such government restrictions on how they live and move.

  15. Serenity says:

    This made me smile. How wonderful for them. AND THE REST OF YOU: the people that started this website don’t have to provide pictures of Russia, they are doing it as a kindness. Please remember that when you spit off your insults like it doesn’t matter-because it does. Every act of our lives strikes a chord that will vibrate in eternity. These people are our brothers and sisters. We are all in this as one.

  16. zerk says:

    Is it hard to push a shopping cart when all four wheels turn? Seems like it would be out of control most of the time.

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