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3:08pm December 22, 2013
lostsplendor:

Moscow, c. Early 1900s  (via English Russia)

lostsplendor:

Moscow, c. Early 1900s (via English Russia)

9:38pm November 4, 2013

carolathhabsburg:

Moscow , Russia. Photochrome, late 1900s.

6:20pm October 5, 2013

radicaltraditionalism:

road-to-kamarg:

Кафе Пушкинъ / Café Pouchkine, Moscou 

http://www.cafe-pushkin.ru/

Western Art and Architecture is without equal.

I want to go to there

12:42am July 10, 2012
mythologyofblue:

Men rowing across a street during a flood in Moscow, April 11th, 1908. (zolotoivek)

mythologyofblue:

Men rowing across a street during a flood in Moscow, April 11th, 1908. (zolotoivek)

9:32pm April 24, 2012
lostsplendor:

Moscow, Early 1900s (via English Russia)

lostsplendor:

Moscow, Early 1900s (via English Russia)

9:30pm April 24, 2012
victusinveritas:

Your carriage awaits. It’s interesting to wonder about the stories of the people in the edge of this photograph. Did they survive the harrowing years ahead of them? Did they perish in the wars, famines, and purges? Did their children starve or become part of the bread-and-vodka aparat? Maybe they left the country and Continent altogether, before or after the wars, famines, and purges, going to America to face new trials and blend into the new national identity that was emerging there…who knows…no one, really, apart from those industrious enough to find out such information, which, in this case, might be rather difficult (not impossible, of course, but difficult all the same) and that is what makes history fascinating to me, is that it’s so fucking full of possibilities and…well, we know some things…but…there are these marvelous areas open to suppositions based on research…and…well, yeah…that’s all I got for tonight. I’m tired and I might not be making sense or saying anything brilliant at all, so, goodnight, folks.
lostsplendor:


Moscow, Early 1900s (via English Russia)

victusinveritas:

Your carriage awaits. It’s interesting to wonder about the stories of the people in the edge of this photograph. Did they survive the harrowing years ahead of them? Did they perish in the wars, famines, and purges? Did their children starve or become part of the bread-and-vodka aparat? Maybe they left the country and Continent altogether, before or after the wars, famines, and purges, going to America to face new trials and blend into the new national identity that was emerging there…who knows…no one, really, apart from those industrious enough to find out such information, which, in this case, might be rather difficult (not impossible, of course, but difficult all the same) and that is what makes history fascinating to me, is that it’s so fucking full of possibilities and…well, we know some things…but…there are these marvelous areas open to suppositions based on research…and…well, yeah…that’s all I got for tonight. I’m tired and I might not be making sense or saying anything brilliant at all, so, goodnight, folks.

lostsplendor:

Moscow, Early 1900s (via English Russia)

6:18am March 25, 2012
reallyawesomecostumes:

Photograph of a cleaner, by William Garrick, Moscow, Russia, 1860s.

reallyawesomecostumes:

Photograph of a cleaner, by William Garrick, Moscow, Russia, 1860s.

4:25pm January 8, 2012
andreirublyov:

Baptism of Jesus (1405)
Cathedral of the Annunciation, Moscow

andreirublyov:

Baptism of Jesus (1405)

Cathedral of the Annunciation, Moscow