Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

You know how many abandoned objects are in Russia – houses, factories, churches, villages, military bases, imperial palaces, wooden strustures of pioneers in the Far East, Soviet massive concrete buildings, camps of miners and many more. And a lot of photographs choose this genre for their art – they travel across the huge country and often find some abandoned objects never shown before by someone else.

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

A classic example is this abandoned house in the Moscow region  (Photo: Okunin)

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Abandoned Japanese lighthouse in the south of Sakhalin island. Coordinates: 46.018887, 143.414159. (Photo: Gribov Andrei Aleksandrovich).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Fort “Emperor Alexander I” on Kotlin island. (Photo Godot13).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Old abandoned factory. St. Petersburg (Photo: Vladimir Mulder).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Kuril islands (Photo: Janelle Lugge).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Dome of a radar antenna in Naro-Fominsk. (Photo: Saoirse2013).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Khovrino hospital in the northern district of Moscow (Photo: A. Savin)

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Abandoned ship, Morzhovaya Bay, Kamchatka. (Photo: Janelle Lugge).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Wooden house in Arkhangelsk (Photo: Mikhail Varentsov).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Brick bridge in Kiritsi, Ryazan region  (Photo: Vladimir Mulder).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Mansion “Grebnevo” not far from the Moscow Ring Adminstrative Road. (Photo: Andrei Borodulin).

Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers

Nativity Church in Krokhino, Vologda region. (Photo: Kemal Kozbaev).

1 thought on “Russian Abandoned Place to Attract Photographers”

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hovrinskaya_Hospital

    That huge Khovrino Hospital is truly weird. Actually it never had any patients as it was NEVER completed. The site is now just an empty lot. Most of the bare land is for sale.

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