10 The City Of Moscow Of Bygone Times

The City Of Moscow Of Bygone Times

Moscow… The city has seen so many changes and so many people. The photos presented below were taken at different times and even different epochs.

Toy seller,1904.

Chicken seller.

The boy is selling sunflower seeds, 1906.

A fight, 1912.

Restoration of the Spasskaya Tower of the Kremlin, 1912.

The China Town Wall, 1920. It is now replaced by a parking lot.

A winter attraction in Gorky Park.

Training of soldiers, 1941.

Remisov military town,1958.

Gorky Street,1958.

Serebryanniy Bor Park, beach,1960.

National Hotel, 1964.

Construction of the Ostankino Tower,1966.

Komsomolsky Prospect, 1966.

Muslims are celebrating a religious feast next to the Moscow Mosque.

Manezh Square.

Moscow MKAD Ring Road, 1972.

Rossiya (Russia) Hotel. The design was considered very modern those times.

The wedding and police, 1975.

Tourists next to Mozhaiskiy Hotel.

The people protest against construction of the Moscow polygraphic factory,1989.

Selling fruits next to the subway station, 1989.

Pushkinskaya Square, 1993.

That time flying aerostatic balloons was allowed.

Third Ring Road construction, 2000.

Location: Moscow

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10 Responses to “The City Of Moscow Of Bygone Times”

  1. Y5K says:

    1st pic: south park?

  2. Testicules says:

    Nice Yo Gabba Gabba outfit in the first pic.

  3. Ian, Russ says:

    Great Post!
    First I guess.

  4. Juliet says:

    The adverts are really annoying. How can you turn them off. They are spoiling a really interesting site.

  5. (r)evolutionist says:

    Getting married by Lenin’s Mausoleum? Must be Party members? Too ideologue for me.

    • shaihulud says:

      no. at that time it was a kind of mandatory action. getting married? at least 1 photo definitely at Lenin Mausoleum (or a Lenin memorial place in the town)

  6. An Outhouse says:

    I wouldn’t want to be the kid getting the log in the head.

  7. Cigarettes by Mickey Mouse.. haha.. I didnt know Russians had a sense of humor.

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