18 Stuck In The USSR

Stuck In The USSR

Belarus is a country where a few things changed since the time of the USSR. In spite of the fact that many parts of the country that tries to continue following the regimen established many years ago are still considered closed and unaccessible, it was rather easy to get the pictures presented below.

Next to the railway station.

Public authorities of Belarus sit in the buildings in the very center of the city.

A beautiful tower next to the Ministry of Defence.

Troitsk suburb and TV tower.

Island of Tears.


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18 Responses to “Stuck In The USSR”

  1. cro says:

    Well, it looks better than my “democratic” hometown…

  2. Verto says:

    Sister countary of DPRK “DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF KOREA” ! ! ! ! ! !

  3. Sean says:

    In fact, Belorussia is more of a western culture than Russia in general, except for Saint Petersburg. Looks good. But where are the people? It looks more like Germany or Poland. I heard, there is a collapse of banking system due to the hyperinflation of Belorussian ruble, is it true?

    • James says:

      Milwaukee does not possess those broad avenues and vast plazas for parades and ceremonies but it also looks similarly deserted in the middle of the day, everyone is inside working.

  4. colur revolutions says:

    Yeah, not much have changed. People have jobs and enjoy free health care and studies. They are fed with culture instead of being mentally raped by ads porn and violence everywhere. Sickening!

  5. James says:

    The photos are beautiful, it is a very attractive city but you photographers look to be taking some dangerous risks, be careful and do not fall!

  6. DOABA LION says:

    Very beautiful place,I lived there for six months. Economy in Belarus is collapsing, but still country is better than any former Soviet block, and people are friendly. Only problem nowadays people will come across are- Money problem (confusing actual exchange rates), ready to charge you Police, and no free bathrooms. Besides capital having all facilities.

  7. john says:

    posh place looks very clean and tidy cool

  8. Kalich says:


  9. Wow, this was a stunning set of pictures! The monument & flame of the unknown soldier (I assume) was amazing. And the library… probably my favourite library building of all time!

  10. Musa says:

    I’m always impressed at how clean and beautiful Belarus is.

  11. Chris says:

    Third world country!!!!!!

  12. someguynoname says:

    i like it =) hope to visit some day

  13. Mark says:

    Nice pics. Thanks for posting.

  14. Grodno says:

    Beautifill photo, but what you know about REAL live in Belarus ?! You want have 200$/mounth ? I don’t think so…

  15. Samuel says:

    looks amazing!

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