3 One Russian Town Photographed Three Times During the Hundred Years [3 photos]

One Russian Town Photographed Three Times During the Hundred Years [3 photos]

Posted on June 5, 2018 by tim


 

 

 

 

 

 

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One Russian photographed from identical perspective in three different times in span of hundred years. Here is how it changed:

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The years of the photo is 1910 then 1978 and 2011. This is a Mishkin town in Russia, pretty small place but it has a pretty large, enormous cathedral in its middle. Note how in Soviet times it had no crosses or anything on its domes.

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3 Responses to “One Russian Town Photographed Three Times During the Hundred Years [3 photos]”

  1. Bob says:

    Cool! I love these!

  2. Douglas says:

    That big building is the Guest Center Inn. The crosses are back atop the church. There is no active google street view…only still photos of the city. Great city for tourists to get a glimpse of old Russia.

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