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series 'Moscow - port of five seas' by Ilya Starkov

series 'Moscow - port of five seas' by Ilya Starkov

Photos of Soviet Union in 1954 by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Henri Cartier-Bresson was the first Western photographer to be admitted to the Soviet Union after the death of Josef Stalin, in 1953.

Photos of Soviet Union in 1954 by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Henri Cartier-Bresson was the first Western photographer to be admitted to the Soviet Union after the death of Josef Stalin, in

m. Mayakovskaya 1968 Moscow. and at the end of the street we can see the University of Lomonosov.

1968 : Moscow m. Mayakovskaya and at the end of the street we can see the University of Lomonosov.

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In Def. of Communism on

Karen retweeted: Rare colour video from Stalin's Funeral in Moscow (1953) communismgr.blogspot.gr/2017/03/rare-c #Stalin #Moscow #History #USSR #Video

#architecture #art #community #enea #fountain #history #monument #moscow #peoples friendship fountain #russia #sculpture #showplace #symbol #the soviet union #the ussr

#architecture #art #community #enea #fountain #history #monument #moscow #peoples friendship fountain #russia #sculpture #showplace #symbol #the soviet union #the ussr

Gorky Park, Moscow, USSR, 1954, by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Cartier-Bresson was in Moscow in 1954 to prepare a book documenting daily life under communism.

1954 Gorky Park of Culture and Rest, Moscow Cartier-Bresson

Saint Basil’s Cathedral on Red Square.  Moscow, Russia, 1961  Slipping in and out being unnoticed

Russia Travel Inspiration - Saint Basil’s Cathedral on Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 1961 by Burt Ginn.

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