Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

At those times (1955) Soviet people were prohibited to go abroad. So there was nothing to do for them except going to the Black Sea for their summer vacation. Beaches were full of people lying on the warm sand or stones and you should have taken much effort to find an empty place for yourself.

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

New and clean rest home.

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Excursion.

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Retro diving.

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Pioneers.

Everybody To The Black Sea

Very nice guy in the middle.

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

Everybody To The Black Sea

22 thoughts on “Everybody To The Black Sea”

  1. The Black Sea may have been created very fast by a cataclysmic event. It has a huge anoxic zone. And Stalin liked vacationing there. 🙁

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    • I’ve never seen a beach as crowded as the top picture.

      In America that girl would be considered too big to go topless. Obviously they don’t care about that in Ukraine

      I use to go to the beach topless when I was a very small child under 5 years old.

      I went to the beach today, omgs, I love it, it’s enormous.

      Interesting collection of pictures, thanks.

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  2. I was there last summer. Unfortunately, the place looked much nicer 56 years ago. Although I have to say, Allushta was cramed with georgeous tanned girls when I went.

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    • >>I was there last summer. Unfortunately, the place looked much nicer 56 years ago.

      where is “there”? Is it even Ukraine or Russia?

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  3. Wonderful pics!

    I visited a couple of years ago Crimea, and fell in love with the place, the nature, the palaces built by the former Russian aristocracy, the sea, the food, the women, etc.

    Please post more pics of the Black Sea, Russian or Ukrainian (Crimea).

    Saludos

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