3 Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Posted on April 13, 2015 by team


Here is a cool set of images in order you could see how Russian cities have changed for seventy years. On the image above is the picture you find familiar   Its a square at the railway station in Stalingrad following the nazi assault from the air, 1942.

Today it looks like this.

Bryansk. The city on the day of liberation from the nazi invaders. 1943.

Koenigsberg (Kaliningrad), Soviet bombers over the city, 1945. Cathedral church.

Sevastopol. The view of the House of Fleet and the Historic Museum destroyed by the German army. 1944.

Sevastopol. The building of the institute of physical medicine named after I.M. Sechenov destroyed by German troops, 1944.

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3 Responses to “Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today”

  1. john says:

    wow, amazing photo’s.Always interesting postings.

  2. Adolfo Camara says:

    This is a great contribution. Wish for a second part!

  3. Froggy says:

    Brilliant photos ! thanks

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