Category:Cherkizovsky Market

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The Cherkizovsky Market (Russian: Черкизовский рынок) was Europe's largest marketplace, located in Izmaylovo District, Moscow, Russia, near the Lokomotiv Stadium and Cherkizovskaya subway station. It was owned by Telman Ismailov's AST Group. In its heyday the market employed an estimated 100,000 workers, mostly Asian immigrants.[2] Moscow city authorities closed it down on June 29, 2009 on grounds of numerous violations of regulations and illegal activities.

Черки́зовский рынок — ныне закрытый[1] крупный вещевой рынок на востоке Москвы, существовавший в 1990—2000-е годы на внешней стороне Малого кольца МЖД между Щёлковским шоссе, Сиреневым бульваром, Измайловским проездом и Измайловским шоссе и занимавший территорию более 200 гектаров.

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