Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Georg was a foreigner who travelled through half of the USSR in the 1960s. Here is he visiting Yalta, Crimea and taking pics of Soviet people and the stuff around him. People spending their time without gadgets enjoying sea, summer and each other’s company.

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

This is old Yalta not yet spoiled by modern concrete buildings.

 

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Those were tanning beds because the beach is rocky over there.

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

A zoo on the beach.

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner

People looked pretty content back then.

1 thought on “Soviet Crimea as Seen in 1967 By Georg Oddner”

  1. So, seriously – What did it take to get a permition / referal to be able to go for a holiday in Crimea, those days? People looked pretty content…hahaha…they won a “lotto”, comrade. The quarry work-hero got a week rest on a pebbly beach 🙂

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