5 Some nostalgic Russian Photos from the Days of Collapse of Communism

Some nostalgic Russian Photos from the Days of Collapse of Communism

Posted on April 9, 2017 by tim


This is a nice set of Russian late 1980s, early 1990s photos that will probably cause nostalgic feelings in many Russian people. They show the Russian country that was already almost free from Communism but that still didn't know exactly what to do next. Let' see them. The first photo clearly shows that the streets have no foreign cars yet, people are simply dressed, but most men wear denim jackets which had already started to find their way from abroad and were also produced locally by the first legal workshops.

Norilsk bus stop. Those buses are a clear memory of every Soviet person. Hardly comfortable.

Same city Norilsk, a man with a pack of eggs and the same bus.


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5 Responses to “Some nostalgic Russian Photos from the Days of Collapse of Communism”

  1. Kate says:

    У вас есть ошибка в одном фото: «Не Путин, Ельцин, но ЛЕНИНА» должна быть Вашей!:-)

  2. kwhunter says:

    “1993. Krasnoyarsk largest Chemical refinery. 30,000 people still working here, not yet sold to capitalists. No Putin, no Yeltsin portrait – just Yeltsin.”
    You mean… just LENIN

    • Phredy says:

      It shows as “1993. Krasnoyarsk’s largest Chemical refinery. 30,000 people still work here, and it is not yet sold to capitalists. No Putin, no Yeltsin portrait – just Lenin.” here. Does it look right now?

  3. Ags says:

    ‘just Lenin’.. i guess..

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