Even More Giant Soviet Signs

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 1

After this first initial “100 Years Lenin’s Anniversary” sign was discovered via google maps (on the photo above), made 40 years ago a whole bunch of similar sightings were found across Russian territory using the same Google instrumentary.

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 2

“60 Years to USSR” back from 1977
Google maps link

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 3

“100 years to Lenin” 1970
google link

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 4

“Lenin”, date unknown
google link

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 5

“Lenin”, no date
google

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 6

“Glory of Communist Party”, no date
google

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 7

“USSR 50 Years”, 1967
google link

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 8

“USSR 50 Years”, 1967
google

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 9

“USSR 50 years”, 1967
link

Russian satellite artefacts on google maps 10

“Lenin 100 years”, 1970
link

So those are probably the most old scriptures on Earth that can be seen thru google earth site, all made to glorify Soviet Reign by Soviet people.

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27 thoughts on “Even More Giant Soviet Signs”

  1. The best of all is at the time this scriptures was made, it only can be seen by plane!!

    Here in Spain, near my city there was a similar “tree-stripture” dedicated to general Franco but people erase it, intelligently, I think…

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