4 Moscow 1963 Photographed by Burt Glinn

Moscow 1963 Photographed by Burt Glinn

Posted on May 10, 2015 by team


Burton Samuel Glinn was an American professional photographer who worked with Magnum Photos. He covered many significant historic moments, including those he made in the USSR in 1963. You may see these pictures right now inside this post.

 Composer Aram Khachaturian with his students in Armenia.

Gori, Georgia. Director of the farm named after J. Stalin in the native city of Stalin.

Monument to Lenin in Georgia.

In the remote village Barisakho, Georgia.

Pioneer camp in Bratsk, Irkutsk region.

Guard at the railway station under Bratsk, Irkutsk region.

Caucasus.

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4 Responses to “Moscow 1963 Photographed by Burt Glinn”

  1. john says:

    In some way’s it seems to be of better day’s.Great photo’s,nice photo of ballet dancer,sad to hear that she has passed away.

  2. edis says:

    There was more meaning in those days, than in money-driven ones of my current presence. In spite of unfortunate enforcement necessities, that also took place to keep that stuff together. Remembering some traces of that time, I recall it to be like it is seen – more substantial

  3. Anatole says:

    Lenin would have saved the Revolution if he’d lived. The capitalist powers externally, and the emerging state-capitalist ruling class internally, destroyed it.

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