Rare and Beautiful Soviet Murals Unexpectedly Found Behind Commercial Booths – Design You Trust

Rare and Beautiful Soviet Murals Unexpectedly Found Behind Commercial Booths

An interesting story happened in Ryazan recently – authorities removed booths from the subway, and look what was found behind the commercial premises. These mosaics and murals had been forgotten for dozens of years.

h/t: englishrussia

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