“Two Moscows”

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An animator from Moscow Konstantin Konovalov, when he has free time, ccupies himself with a photoproject “Two Moscows” devoted to the historical image of the city. He combines photos of modern Moscow and its old images. He makes all photos with help of an iPad and combines them with old ones with the same gadget.

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KGB building in Moscow where many people have been executed in the past.

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Back to 1931. The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.

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Manezhnaya Square and Okhotny Ryad.

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Big Stone Bridge.

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Sukharev tower.

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Triumphal Arch.

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Tower of the Barbaric Gate.

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Ilyinsky gate.

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Vladimir gate.

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Voskresensk gate and kilometre zero.

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“House under the skirt” (there was a sculpture of a ballet dancer on its roof).

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Entrance hall of the subway station Street of the Comintern.

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Red Gate.

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Vasilievsky Slope.

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High-rise on Kotelnicheskaya embankment.

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Gogol’s monument.

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Worker and collective farmer.

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Pushkin’s pedestrian bridge.

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Concert hall of Chaikovsky.

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Satire Theater – the Circus of the Nikitins.

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