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20 Russian Cities In the XIX Century

Russian Cities In the XIX Century

Posted on June 26, 2012 by team


A huge collection of pictures of Russian cities in the 19th century.

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20 Responses to “Russian Cities In the XIX Century”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    Excellent historical renderings. This is the essence of history: to educate us ignorant children (who only think of the present). I can imagine the young Gorky (Peshkov) wandering with his walking stick through the provincial landscapes.

  2. Maesrobert says:

    A wonderful collection, incredibly interesting. But what a pity so many are unidentified. Please – re-publish them with locations for every single one.

  3. chemia says:

    Kiev, Odessa, Smolensk, Warsaw, Lvov are not russian cities ! among the nations oppressed by russia ! Do not fake history !

  4. chemia says:

    Maybe also Berlin and Lisbona ? Buahaaha ! Hopefully the Poles stopped moscow storms in 1920 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Warsaw_(1920)it does not matter who: tsar, hords, soviets is always moscow…

  5. teamen says:

    yes, exactly, the title of post must be: “Cities oppresed by russia in the XIX century”

  6. teamen says:

    moderator falsifies history, and dont have honor !

  7. Kent_Diego says:

    Amazing collection. Be sure to see page 2 and 3. Interesting to see the start of electric power distribution and empty unpaved roads.

  8. ¨partalainen says:

    Where’s Helsinki? … :)

  9. lortea says:

    There is no Brisbane, Cairo and Singapore. Also “russian cities” in the same meaning as Kiev, Warsaw or Helsinki.

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