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Moscow's iconic Eliseyevskiy grocery shop closes due to pandemic


Moscow, Apr 8 (EFE), (Camera: Ignacio Ortega).- The most iconic grocery store in Russia, Eliseyevskiy, which was founded in Moscow in 1901, will close its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.FOOTAGE OF ELISEYEVSKIY.

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