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When the first golden arches appeared in Moscow’s Pushkin Square in 1990, it didn’t matter that it was mid-winter.

It was as if the snow in Narnia had begun to melt and the natural state of things was being returned in glorious technicolor. Russians queued around the corner for a taste of once forbidden patties.

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