7 The Revived City of Borovsk

The Revived City of Borovsk

Posted on May 26, 2011 by team

Borovsk is a small and very old city located not far from Moscow. It’s a unique place imbued with history and housing more than 50 churches. Until the recent moment, the city was virtually dying. Its condition was really bad and most of its population (15.000 people) moved to Moscow. Neither city nor church authorities wanted to restore it…

Fortunately, there was an artist who wished to bring it to life. He painted people on the walls and windows of the buildings, and the city became alive again!

“Katya is a b$tch” written on the wall.

Mikhail Brenok – the double of Dmitry Donskoy in the Kulikovo battle. Died under the banner.

Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky.


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7 Responses to “The Revived City of Borovsk”

  1. testicules says:

    It is shameful that the graphittie artist covered the nicer paintings

  2. zjoske says:

    mwha, nice art though

  3. Musa says:

    That was very noble of him to use his talent and paint to try to improve the situation of his dying city. Too bad I cannot say the same for the little punk(s) who tagged his art.

    • Kirov says:

      Rather pathetic really isn’t it? They have no artistic ability themselves so they destroy the work of people who do.

  4. Maraudon says:

    graphitti should be punished by ass-fisting!

  5. mukmika says:

    Some graffiti artists are good, but those who sprayed over some of this artwork are vandals.

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