Gorbúshka is a marketplace for dealing in music, electronics and household equipment in Moscow, Russia.
The word itself is an associative usage of an untranslatable Russian word for the first slice from a loaf of bread which contains mostly the crust. If the loaf is round, the shape resembles a hump. The word has many cultural associations in Russia. Before the year 2001 the name "Gorbushka" referred to an open-air black market for software, music, videos and electronics. The market was in the city square by the Gorbunov Palace of Culture, hence the name.
The market dealt mostly in unlicensed music and software CDs, videos, gaming consoles with mod chips, as well as video games. Due to the copyright infringement issues Gorbushka was in sights of the government for a long time. The market closed in 2001.
Official Website http://www.gorbushkin.ru/
Phone +7 495 7377474;+7 964 5192397
Address 7k3 Bagrationovskiy proyezd, Москва 121087, Russia
Coordinates 55°44'31.819" N 37°30'14.032" E