11 Postapocalyptic Landscapes In Modern Russia

Postapocalyptic Landscapes In Modern Russia

Posted on March 16, 2011 by team

Prosperous village Priiskovy was founded in 1834 near gold and silver deposits. In Soviet epoch it experienced its best times, but was soon exhausted and closed in 1996. What it looks like now presents a very miserable sight.

That’s how 70-80% of all the buildings look like.

“Soft containers”


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11 Responses to “Postapocalyptic Landscapes In Modern Russia”

  1. RAB says:

    a bit of soap,elbow grease and a coat or two of paint and she’s good as new.

  2. testicules says:

    I suggets napalm

  3. Otis R. Needleman says:

    The woman in the picture taken in 1897 is beautiful. I hope she had a happy life.

    • klukvin says:

      It is a photo of Lenin’s wife Nadezhda Krupskaya…

      • Winter Echo says:

        So, that would be a “No?”

        • Winter Echo says:

          That wasn’t fair. I was being a smartass. I actually have a middling biography of the Ms., but I’m too trifling to walk across the room and get it. Haven’t read it in awhile but it seemed even-handed; it’s hard to tell about American writers writing about Soviet times. I live in the depths of Tennessee, and we consider America to be a foreign country which we call “Kentucky.”

  4. Musa says:

    She was beautiful.

  5. SovMarxist1924 says:

    Better than overcrowded, crime-ridden cities.

  6. Peeter says:

    They could make another sky resort.

  7. Cro says:

    That b/w chick is kinda hot. She has taht NKVD look. 8===O for me!!!

  8. Donetski says:

    Beautiful town. I don’t know why foreigners can’t see it but I will always love my home. (Not this)

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