Gallery: The Russian fair filled Karja Street with people

Photos by Malle-Liisa Raigla, Kaire Reiljani and Andra Kirna

After a year’s break, the Russian fair once again conquered the Haapsalu cattle street on Saturday, which brought together a large number of traders and also fairers.

Even before Haapsalu’s Slavic folklore ensemble Bõliina fair opened, the deputy mayor Tõnu Parbus said in his opening speech that trading was in full swing. Pavlovoposadski’s towels, sweaters, mittens, hats and food were available on the counters for consumption on the spot as well as for purchase. There were fish, many flavors of meat, honey, preserves and much more.

As always, one of the longest queues looked behind the counter of the Haapsalu sisters Jelena Jostmann and Olga Kuldmeri. In addition to dumplings made under the mother’s brand, they offered warm chebureks.

In addition to Bõliina, the mood of the fair was created by gypsy dancers and guests from Sillamäe supervised by Lehti Kostab.

Source: Lääne Elu by

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