9 thoughts on “Typical Soviet Apartments Interiors [photos]”

  1. Still today there are no wasted rooms. The Western custom of a living and dining room are almost always a bedroom at night. The more affluent in 2018 often have a separate bedroom. Times have changed since the ubiquitous Khrushchyovka…which have become the dreary Khruschoba.

    • Well dear, I bet you get depressed looking at yourself in the mirror too. Take your meds and hopefully you can remove head from arse.

  2. Love the cosyness, my flat in Norwich, England still very much has THAT feel.. wouldn’t change it for the world, I even have a hugeee picture rug from Germany if bears and cubs in woods

    • Obviously unlike many others you do not need 5000 square feet of living space to falsely make yourself feel better and/or important. I bet you enjoy every minute of your life.

  3. Russians are very resourceful and I love everything about Russia except they drive kinda crazy. I mean after watching a pedestrian say a quick prayer he literately walked across a pedestrian crossing without looking at all the cars. He crossed by faith because even at cross walks some cars don’t slow down. Other then that I would love to visit lol.

    • RB…Iv’e noticed that many Russians feel that life is subject to fate, bad luck and good-luck. If bad things happen, the State will take care of them. Its a strange sort of dependent child-like attitude. Others see the folly of this and take charge of their life.

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