These are photographs of Moscow found in an album that belonged to Murray Howe. The photographs reflect the city the way it was in the 60s. Enjoy!
A Christmas tree in the Kremlin.
Metropol Movie Theater.
A Lenin in reading hall №3.
Moskva swimming pool. A real health factory just steps away from the Kremlin.
Pace of construction of pools was as rapid as it is now.
The Garden Ring. It looks so green if compared to what we have now!
Kiyevsky Rail Terminal.
Khrustalnoye Café, Kutuzovsky Avenue.
Krasnaya Presnya Street and Bolshaya Gruzinskaya Street.
Belorussky Rail Terminal and its monument to A. Gorky.
A building (very typical of that time) under construction.
All-Russia Exhibition Center, Cosmos Pavilion.
A flower grower in love.
Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure.
A building for teachers and professors of Moscow State University.
Moskva Department Store.
Russia under construction.