Howard Sochurek, a photographer for Life magazine, travelled a lot throughout the Soviet Union in the 1950s leaving after himself an impressive collection of photographs. We want to show you those he took in the Crimea in 1958.
A medical person in a health resort.
A beach photographer.
It was crowded in the Crimea in 1958!
Soviet people loved spending their vacation in the Crimea!
Swimsuits that were popular in the 50s don’t really differ from modern ones.
A lady in red…
In the evening.
The Swallow’s Nest, a decorative castle near Yalta on the Crimean peninsula in southern Ukraine.
The Hurzuf of today.
Evening at a health resort.
Painters in Simeiz village.
An alley in Simeiz village.
A beach in Simeiz village as seen from Diva rock.
Location: The Crimea