One dweller of Nizhny Novgorod has thought it might be interesting to take some pictures of the city and compare them with old photos taken 50-100 years ago. Look what he’s got!
In the picture: Bolshaya Pokrovskaya Street.
A shopping arcade.
The Volga River and the Oka River junction place and a market.
Governmental House and Dvoryanskaya Street.
Court House and Administration House.
The governer’s house.
Blagoveschenskaya Square, left part.
Bolshaya Yamskaya Street and Malaya Pokrovskaya Street Intersection.
General Governer’s Palace in the Kremlin.
Now it is a showroom.
A descent in the Kremlin to the Ivanovskaya Tower.
It is no longer here.
The Kremlin wall.
The Kremlin elevator.
It is no longer here as well.
General Governer’s Palace.
Georgievskaya Tower again.
It was replaced with ‘The Rossiya Hotel’.
A women’s institute
Now it is a branch of the Polytechnic University.
A religious gathering on Bolshaya Pecherskaya Street.
Zelensky Street again.
A store there.
Another view of this store on Ilyinskaya Street.
The Cherny Pond.
It is not here anymore.
Tikhonovskaya Street in winter.
Near the Drama Theater.
This is the map of our tour.
Location: Nizhny Novgorod