Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

These are photographs of Leningrad taken back in the 60s by a group of tourists. The first photograph was taken at the border between Finland and the USSR.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Between Vyborg and Leningrad.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Leningrad.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

By their hotel.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

In the cafeteria.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

On a tour of the city.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

The State Hermitage.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Downtown Leningrad.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Tasting kvass.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

A telephone booth.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

A monument to Catherine the Great.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Talking to Soviet kids.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

On the the streets of Leningrad.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

In the outskirts.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

The city’s business center.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Peterhof.

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s

A motor boat Moskvitch.

Location: Saint Petersburg

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9 thoughts on “Travelling Throughout Leningrad In The 1960s”

  1. These are great. Remind me of photos my parents took when they first got married… not of Leningrad, though.

    Does anyone know if this was taken from another website? There’s no link, besides a google map. I’m curious if there’s more info, I wonder where the tourists are from.

  2. A free world without advertising constantly calling for attention. Completely fraudulent as it always was. I have seen such countries and it is unbelievable free quiet to simply live in such environments… just the daily neccesities like cafes, restaurants, barbers but no brands.

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