Today we’re going to tell you about a pavilion located at VDNKH, Moscow, and to be more precise, about the central pavilion.
Now it looks like a total wreck where gross donar kebabs and tacky photo equipment are sold. But we will try to tell you about ‘guts’ of the pavilion with things that usual visitors of VDNKH will never know.
According to ‘cave drawings,’ first signs of civilization over here can be traced back to the 1960’s.
Eugene Gapon was born and raised in Belarus. He graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and currently lives in Moscow, Russia. What he enjoys most is learning about new technologies and entrepreneurship.
He is also the Co-Founder and CTO at Frent, a travel company that provides tours in Moscow. Frent gives you an opportunity to enjoy the local spirit with a local friend, who fluently speaks your language. He also writes about Moscow on the frent blog and you can follow him on Twitter.
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