Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Norilsk, bus stop. 1993.

These fascinating color photos were made by a French photographer Jean-Paul Guilloteau, who visited Russia right after the collapse of the USSR. For most Russians these shots will cause nostalgic feelings. The photos show the Russian country that was already done with Communism but at that point Russia still didn’t know which way exactly should they go on next…

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Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Norilsk, a passerby with egg packaging. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Norilsk. “October” Porch mine management. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Norilsk. Sobering. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Norilsk. On one of the streets of the city. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Grozny. January 12, 1995. The beginning of the First Chechen War.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Grozny. A wounded woman. January 1995.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Moscow. The waiting room at the Belorussky Railway Station. 1991.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Port of Providence, the Bering Strait. At the grocery store. 1991.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Krasnoyarsk. Women painters in the river port. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Yenisei between Abakan and Krasnoyarsk. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Peter Romanov, CEO of Chemical Plant in Krasnoyarsk “Yenisei”, which employs thirty thousand people in 1993. Krasnoyarsk, 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Costin. 1399 km from Krasnoyarsk on the Yenisei. Erika Gerlits, from the Volga Germans, was deported to Kostino in August 1941, when she was 16 years old. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Yenisei between Abakan and Krasnoyarsk. 1993.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
St. Petersburg. The boy on the street. 1994.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Port of Providence, the Bering Strait. Local power.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Moscow. The queue to the cashier in a department store, “Detsky Mir”. 1991.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Port of Providence, the Bering Strait. Tube power. 1991.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Port of Providence, the Bering Strait. Classes of accordion at music school.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Moscow. Turn on the street in the department store “Children’s World.”

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Moscow. Boy on the podium “Dynamo” stadium during a football match.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
Moscow. The interior of the restaurant “McDonald’s”. 1996.

Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life In Russia Just After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union
The staff of the hotel “Central” on its back yard. Ul. Gorky, 1991.

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