Unique Portraits Of Russians In 1868 – Design You Trust

Unique Portraits Of Russians In 1868

In 1868 a researcher K. Tchaikovsky visited the Perm region of Russia and made a series of photo-portraits of local people. Thanks to his work, we can see now how Russians looked like a century and a half ago.

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