“Zair Azgur Memorial Studio” // Minsk
Atomium // Biskek // Kyrgystan
Lenin of Tcholpon Ata // Kyrgyzstan
@ Kodak Ektar 100 + airport xray scan artefact
Memorial to the Holodomor Victims ( 1932-1933 ) // Kiev // Ukraine
Holodomor (голодомо́р ) , literraly “Extermination by hunger”, was a man-made famine ( under the guidance of Joseph Stalin) which killed an estimated 2.5 to 7.5 million ukrainian between 1932 and 1933.
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Statue of Cheka ( aka All-Russian Emergency Commission for Combating Counter-Revolution and Sabotage later known as KGB ) founder Felix Dzerzhinsky // Minsk // Belarus
No scholars are sure how many were killed by the Cheka during the soviet ‘Red Terror’ ( 1918–1922 ) and the figures vary widely from 50 000 to a quarter million people.
Soviet Innerness , the Amra sanatorium // Gagra // Abkhazia
Stalin’s Underground Printing House in Tbilisi (Georgia), from 1903 to 1906 the Bolsheviks printed thousands of trilingual brochures (Georgian, Russian, Armenian) on this old german press.
Soviet Mural near Frunzenskaya metro station // Minsk // Belarus
Tskaltubo (Georgian: წყალტუბო) was a busy spa resort during Soviet times and keeps the memory of regular Stalin visits. Nowadays many of the sanatorium complexes have been re-assigned into housing complexes for refugees that have been displaced from their homes because ethnic conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.