5 People And Cities Of Soviet Russia In Postcards: 1970-1985

People And Cities Of Soviet Russia In Postcards: 1970-1985


When there were no computers and the Internet and Soviet people could only dream of traveling they collected books and postcards with images of remote cities and countries to examine them in their free time.

Ryazan, Circus, 1987.

Ryazan, Moscow Cinema.

Ryazan, Agricultural College.

Ryazan, Central Universal Store.

Voronezh, Monument To Pilots-Heroes.

Children’s Park in Voronezh.

Circus,Voronezh.

Water Reservoir,Voronezh.

Tula, Krasnoarmeyskiy Prospect.

Tula, Pervomaiskaya Street.

Yaroslavl, Railway Station.

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5 Responses to “People And Cities Of Soviet Russia In Postcards: 1970-1985”

  1. Andy says:

    Did lawnmowers and weedeaters just not exist is Soviet times? The nice parks seem to always have tall grass and it makes them look not as nice as they are today.

  2. Finnish Alcoholics Online says:

    First!

  3. Fat Boris says:

    It was better for per anum intercourse with finnish male tourists.

  4. (r)evolutionist says:

    Looks like a Worker’s State to me.

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