I’ve been at Novoslobodskaya, Arbatskaya and Kropotkinskaya today. (Part 1 you can see here)
Only the third part of the pavilions at Gogolevsky boulevard have been destroyed already. Owners of the rest are waiting in fear.
Arguing with workers is useless – they are just doing what’s said.
Swearwords to mayor are heard from everywhere.
Even if they go away, someone else will do their work.
These pavilions fit the landscape quite properly.
Who does this “Shokoladnitsa” disturb?
People come and see that the doors are closed. It’s not proper time for them to work.
“Shokoladnitsa”’s and drugstore’s backyard. Looks clean.
I don’t think this wc was a problem. It was the only one here. Quite expensive (the price was about 30 rubles a year ago), but not a small box nevertheless. This is how it looks now.
Dustbin will probably be demolished too. It stinks.
Old man and old woman are really sad.
This drugstore, probably, just opened (look at the balloons).
All the windows are decorated with such prints.
Owners and sellers are both suffering from shock.
The bulldozer is cleaning the area after demolition the similar glassy building.
Sometimes I came into these shops. It’s not expensive distributing facilities
No more Belarusian shrimps and Vienna tales.
They’ve just removed fridge and taken something from the roof. Now they are removing the coffeemaker.
Owner (probably) of one of the shops is making a video.
Here was a mobile shop, where I’ve bought a Beeline SIM-card few years ago…
These guys open the passage only to admit the next lorry for grabbing stall ruins.
The roundabout way is quite long.
Foreman is shouting at workers: “Make someone to watch out the passing. Don’t let anyone get hurt by falling stuff!”