8 Architecture of Soviet Kaliningrad

Architecture of Soviet Kaliningrad

Posted on May 14, 2012 by team

Soviet Kaliningrad was pretty much different from Russian Kaliningrad. Let’s see some photos of the city how it used to look.

This photo seems to show Kaliningrad of 1990 with all its spirit and mood.

Cathedral before restoration, 1992

Inside the Cathedral in 1990.

That’s the Cathedral as it is remembered by two generations of Kaliningrad citizens and guests of the city.

The Cathedral in the beginning of the 1960s.

City panorama of approximately 1975

1975. The Council House, an architectural sybbol of Soviet Kaliningrad, being built. The house ordered by the regional committee has been unsettled since as if itwas cursed.

Some nice house

Royal gates in 1990


Postcard view of about 1990.

“Godson” of the city at the main station, 1975

1981. Scaffold bridge over Knipehof

The same bridge in 1980

1980. Moscow avenue

The 1960s, diesel train D-104

Location: Kaliningrad

via visualhistory

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8 responses to “Architecture of Soviet Kaliningrad”

  1. dian says:

    i like soviet at the past

  2. CZenda says:

    What is the point? To show that the bleak Soviet pseudoarchitecture damaged Koenigsberg even more than bombs?

    • vorontsevich (f/k/a ayaa) says:

      ‘Koenigsberg’ is now Kaliningrad, and has been that way since the end of WW2.

      • yojimbo says:

        Actually that is not correct it was called Kyonigsberg from the time that the Soviet took it from the Germans in 1945 it was named Kaliningrad in July 1946 just over one year after WWII ended.

  3. Zack says:

    Is that scaffolding in the first picture?

  4. tg says:

    It was the land of Lithuanians captured by russians.

  5. FílaCZ says:

    CZenda: Yes, maybe 🙂

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