We continue to publish photographs of old Moscow of different periods. Today we have a mixture of pictures: some are dated 1913-14 and 1927-1929, others are of the later period. Streets, shops, hotels, cafes as they were in Moscow of the days forever gone.
These are graduates of the Academy of Communist Education.
Tea house, shoe store and other shops are in the street.
The store where linoleum, shoes, asbestos are sold.
1900s. This factory building was replaced by “Rossiya” hotel.
This is “Billo” hotel.
Compare Pushkin Square 80 years ago and today.
It reads” Lenin. Stalin”.
People have come to the agitational point to vote.
“We are proud to lauch the plant!”
What else will old archives open to us?