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The trade rows are two sets of circular buildings with a covered walkway around each building on the outer side. Both walkways are lined with some small shops/cafes. The western building contains a daily fresh product market. The eastern building is less lively but does...More
A good guide book or tour guide is advised as the place is full of history, anecdotes and charm and a pair of proper shoes too in you don't want to break a leg surprisingly at a gate facing the main street just across the...More
The locals are proud of this structure, although nothing special about them. This is, almost any Russian city. In addition, the state of this building is very, very dire. Do not spend more than 5 minutes here.
There are a lot of interesting shops, including antic ones. But the main attraction is of course a agricultural market: a lot of vegetables and fruits (of corse there are a lot of meat and milk products, but it is not interesting for a ordinary...More
The complex of shopping malls in the center of Kostroma unique. In Russia, there are few cities where there are similar buildings. The mall has more than 200 years. Architect them was an outstanding Russian architect Stepan Vorotilov. Series built specifically to trade various goods....More
One of the things I would highly suggest seeing while in Kostroma. These trade columns have lots of shops and their design is intriguing. I haven't seen any other marketplace looking like this. Many arches create perfect photo opportunities.