Branded Chains in Russia

12 06 2013

Some familiar logos I saw in Moscow but I couldn’t always immediately come up with the right name like this first one.

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Wendy’s

And these were easy.

Starbuck's

Starbuck’s

Dunkin' Donuts

Dunkin’ Donuts

Burger King @ the airport.

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4 responses

13 06 2013
luminously

i would love to see every country translating the food company’s name into their native language! wonder how their logos would look like!

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13 06 2013
Ayako Mathies

In Japan we would often have in Japanese writing the name of the chain but always accompanied by the original English (or otherwise) writing (or it may not appear in Japanese at all). In Russia, it’s not often that western alphabet is used so it’s a little confusing.

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14 06 2013
Haruko-chan

It’s funny to see well known logo’s with Russian writing:D

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15 06 2013
Ayako Mathies

Very confusing because of the use of some of the same alphabet but having different sounds so to me almost totally unrecognizable. ^^

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