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The Remains Of Stalin’s Dead Road

In Russia’s arctic wilderness, the remnants of one of the Soviet Union’s most tragic gulag projects now lies largely forgotten. A rotting railway bridge in the Siberian outback/ A punishment cell for prisoners/ A guard’s watchtower in autumn forest/ These are some of the ruins of Josef Stalin’s abortive “Transpolar Mainline” railway. From 1947 until […]

Photos Inside the Ruins of Luxurious Soviet Spas and Sanatoria

The Soviet Utopia: sending your hard-working state citizens on a health holiday to one of the empire’s many sanatoria. Originally conceived in the 1920s, these USSR sanatoria offered a combination of health and medical benefits alongside thermal baths and spas.

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My Photographs Capture the Beauty of Abandoned Sanatorium in Georgia

During the Soviet Union the Georgian town of Tskaltubo was a popular health destination famed for its therapeutic water and sanatoriums. Four trains arrived daily full of guests from Moscow. When the Soviet Union collapsed, the buildings were abandoned and fell into decay.

I’ve Captured the Beauty of Deserted Sanatorium from Soviet Era

During the Soviet Union the Georgian town of Tskaltubo was a popular health destination famed for its therapeutic water and sanatoriums. Four trains arrived daily full of guests from Moscow. When the Soviet Union collapsed, the buildings were abandoned and fell into decay.

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Never-Seen-Before Pics Of Stalin-Era USSR By US “Spy” Who Got Deported

As the USSR was busy rebuilding after World War II, an American Martin Manhoff landed in Moscow with a suitcase full of the latest photography equipment - and the skills to use it. Martin travelled throughout Russia by rail and was often accompanied by his wife Jan who recorded their memories in writing.