Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Here is a cool set of images in order you could see how Russian cities have changed for seventy years. On the image above is the picture you find familiar   Its a square at the railway station in Stalingrad following the nazi assault from the air, 1942.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Today it looks like this.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Bryansk. The city on the day of liberation from the nazi invaders. 1943.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Koenigsberg (Kaliningrad), Soviet bombers over the city, 1945. Cathedral church.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Sevastopol. The view of the House of Fleet and the Historic Museum destroyed by the German army. 1944.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Sevastopol. The building of the institute of physical medicine named after I.M. Sechenov destroyed by German troops, 1944.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Sevastopol. Graphskaya pier on Nakhimov square.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Sevastopol. The Military History Museum destroyed by German troops, 1944.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Leningrad region, destroyed Big Peterhof Palace, 1944.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Moscow. Tanks and marines are heading to the front near the Gardern Ring Road, 1941.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Moscow. An air defence battery at the Theater of Soviet Army, 1941.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Russian Academic Theater of the Russian army.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Leningrad. Restored tanks are heading to the front. 1941.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Saint Petersburg. Narva Triumphal Arch.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Leningrad. Air barrage balloons on St. Isaac’s Square during the days of the siege.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

St Isaac Cathedral in St. Petersburg.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Sevastopol. Final minutes of the battle on Primorsky boulevard on the day of its liberation, 1944.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

The monument to sunken ships on the same boulevard.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Stalingrad. View of the city from the air, 1943.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

The same place in Volgograd (former Stalingrad).

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Voronezh. The view of the destroyed city photographed in 1944.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

The railway station.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Bryansk on the day of liberation from the nazi invaders. 1943.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

A view of the city today.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Tula. Soldiers with antitank guns in 1941.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

View of Central square.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Rostov-on-Don. The battle near the station. 1943.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

The city station.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

Petrozavodsk. Citizens coming back to liberated city. 1944.

Russian Cities 70 Years Ago And Today

The  “Severnaya” hotel.

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