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Moscow, 1934 - The first ice cream factory in Russia was opened in 1932, after a Russian official, Anastas Mikoyan, visited the USA-tried it-liked it-and decided Russia needed ice cream too! The technology and equipment was imported, and by 1940, they were producing 82K tons! It decreased during WWII, then Increased 20% in the 1950s. It came in two flavors: plain sweet or chocolate. The kind on a stick was called an eskimo--named after the indige­nous peo­ple of the north­ern coun­tries.

Moscow, 1934 - The first ice cream factory in Russia was opened in 1932, after a Russian official, Anastas Mikoyan, visited the USA-tried it-liked it-and decided Russia needed ice cream too! The technology and equipment was imported, and by 1940, they were producing 82K tons! It decreased during WWII, then Increased 20% in the 1950s. It came in two flavors: plain sweet or chocolate. The kind on a stick was called an eskimo--named after the indige­nous peo­ple of the north­ern coun­tries.

Russian Revolution, 1917.

Russian Revolution, 1917.

ice skating in Moscow (Gorky Park), 1930s

ice skating in Moscow (Gorky Park), 1930s

Moscow, Red Square, 1965 by Roger Melis

Moscow, Red Square, 1965 by Roger Melis

Old Pictures of Soviet Moscow | English Russia | Page 2

Old Pictures of Soviet Moscow | English Russia | Page 2

Russian Cities in the 19th Century

Russian Cities in the 19th Century

Arkady Shaikhet View from the Bolshoi Theatre. Moscow, 1926.

Arkady Shaikhet View from the Bolshoi Theatre. Moscow, 1926.

Mindovsky house. Moscow. 1904

Mindovsky house. Moscow. 1904

Moscow, Russia  #DTFS Despite the Falling Snow

Moscow, Russia #DTFS Despite the Falling Snow

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