Wremena is a serif typeface designed by Roman Gornitsky and published through Russian foundry The Temporary State in 2017. The design is an update on Gornitsky’s 2009 typeface Vremena, and, like its predecessor, is available as a free font. The design is similar to Times New Roman but features sharp, triangular serifs which become more pronounced in the heavier weights. The family is available in light, regular and bold styles but does not include italics.
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