5 Moscow 1960-1990s

Moscow 1960-1990s

Posted on May 8, 2013 by team


Here’s a nice selection of pictures which let us go back to Moscow of 1960-90s.

1960.

“Glory to the first Russian cosmonaut!” 1961.

1961.

Meeting Gagarin.

Spring 1962.

April, 1963.

Mid 60s.

1965.

VDNKH (exhibition centre) 1965.

Manezh square.

1967.

1969.

End of the 60s.

End of the 60s.

Luzhniki.

End of the 60s.

Early 70s. 100 metres from the Kremlin.

Romanov lane.

At the market.

Early 70s.

Early 70s.

Early 70s.

Polytechnical Museum, mid 70s.

Approximately 1976.

70s.

1974.

1975.

Mid 70s.

1978.

1990. “Passage”.

1982.

1982.

1986.

1986.

1990.

October 1990.

“House of the repressed Soviet slave”, 1990.

“House of the repressed Soviet slave in the 20th century.” 1990.

October 1990.

“I am a victim of CPSU”. October 1990.

“Help me to have my apartment, job and residential registration back”.

 

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5 Responses to “Moscow 1960-1990s”

  1. Lucy says:

    Thank you for these photos. I wish my father was still alive so he could see his country after he left.
    Does anyone have photos of Kaliningrad where my babushka lived?

  2. Maxime says:

    What really surprise me is that even after 40 years nothing has really change: trolleybus, large roads, weckrages, traffic jams, problem of water evacuation. No big tramsformation of the city (except it is larger) or of the way it works (huge importance of cars and traffic versus people at foot).

    • Maxim Ч. says:

      Hey…trolleybuses are amazing. We have a lot of them here in Vancouver. They are also very clean and reliable.

  3. Tom says:

    19905 – when was that? :)

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