These photographs were taken in Odessa of the 1970-80s by foreign photographers Ian Berry and Peter Marlow. In fact only one photo belongs to the second. Some of the shots seem to be gloomy, could it be because foreign photographers wanted to see the USSR as the “Evil Empire”?
This photo belongs to Peter Marlow.
It says: “Nothing is forgotten, nobody is forgotten”.
There were some things people miss today, but do most of them wish to live that old way?