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17 May, 2024 05:12

Right on time! The unique aesthetics & Know-how of Russian watches


The tradition of watchmaking in Russia dates back to the 18th century, when Emperor Peter the Great established the Imperial Peterhof Factory. The USSR was once the second-most prolific producer after Switzerland, bringing unique know-how to timekeeping.

On this episode, we clock in at the Raketa watchmaking factory to see the largest private collection of Soviet watches in the world and meet a true master in his field – inventor Konstantin Chaykin. Join Inland Visions to find out what makes Russia tick!

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