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10 Cities to Experience the Strange Power of Soviet Architecture

10 Cities to Experience the Strange Power of Soviet Architecture

10 Cities to Experience the Strange Power of Soviet Architecture

10 Cities to Experience the Strange Power of Soviet Architecture

Across Eastern Europe and Eurasia, the intimidating, brutalist concrete forms of Soviet architecture rise from the cityscapes of the post-Cold War world.

Soviet architecture of the 1970s/1980s photographed by Frédéric Chaubin

Soviet architecture of the 1970s/1980s photographed by Frédéric Chaubin

Zaboravljeni spomenici SFR Jugoslavije – 25 spomenika NOB-aMnogi spomenici nekadašnje Jugoslavije koji su podignuti u čast NOB-a (Narodno oslobodilačke borbe) su danas zaboravljeni.  Pone...

Zaboravljeni spomenici SFR Jugoslavije – fotografije 25 spomenika NOB-a

Zaboravljeni spomenici SFR Jugoslavije – 25 spomenika NOB-aMnogi spomenici nekadašnje Jugoslavije koji su podignuti u čast NOB-a (Narodno oslobodilačke borbe) su danas zaboravljeni. Pone...

10 Cities to Experience the Strange Power of Soviet Architecture

10 Cities to Experience the Strange Power of Soviet Architecture

Across Eastern Europe and Eurasia, the intimidating, brutalist concrete forms of Soviet architecture rise from the cityscapes of the post-Cold War world.

Architecture as Landscape: 15 Terrain-Inspired Buildings

Architecture as Landscape: 15 Terrain-Inspired Buildings

Soviet architecture gets a bad rap. Once meant to extol the glories of the workers’ empire, it today mostly appears under articles with titles like '10 Ugliest Buildings in Eastern Europe.' But not everyone agrees.

10 Cities to Experience the Strange Power of Soviet Architecture

Soviet architecture gets a bad rap. Once meant to extol the glories of the workers’ empire, it today mostly appears under articles with titles like '10 Ugliest Buildings in Eastern Europe.' But not everyone agrees.

yuguslavia - Estas estructuras fueron mandadas a construir por el ex presidente yugoslavo Josip Broz Tito en la década de 1960 y 70 para conmemorar los sitios donde se llevaron a cabo batallas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. En la década de los 80, estos monumentos atraían a millones de visitantes cada año. Después de que la República se disolviera en 1990, fueron abandonados por completo y sus significados simbólicos se han perdieron para siempre.

26 Monumentos soviéticos abandonados que parecen del futuro

yuguslavia - Estas estructuras fueron mandadas a construir por el ex presidente yugoslavo Josip Broz Tito en la década de 1960 y 70 para conmemorar los sitios donde se llevaron a cabo batallas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. En la década de los 80, estos monumentos atraían a millones de visitantes cada año. Después de que la República se disolviera en 1990, fueron abandonados por completo y sus significados simbólicos se han perdieron para siempre.

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