Bobruisk is a city in Belarus. The place had been inhabited by people since the fifth-sixth centuries. The city was first mentioned in 1387 as part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In 1792 it became part of the Russian Empire and was included into the borders of Belarus in 1795. Today it is actually the largest city in the country. The photos made in the Soviet epoch show what the life in the city at those times was like.
Central universal store.
On a weekday.
These areas used to be the most remote part of the city.
Inhabitants of the city remember those who protected their lives during the WWII.
Monuments to the heroes of war.
The best officer of the communications center.
Hero of the Socialistic Labour.
The best workers of an enterprise.
Many countries of the world bought products made at the engineering plant named after V.I. Lenin.
Competition of young painters.
The unusual museum was created by students of a professional college.
In the park.
One of the most modern enterprises in the republic.
The more cars we have, the more tyres we need.
Studies at a technological college.
Fashionable clothes of those times.
In a museum.
For a family.
Monument to warriors who freed the country.
There are more of us now.
The best rest after a hard working day.
Some things still remain as they were. Thus, the tyre factory still produces tyres that are mainly sold to Russia.