Architectonic Blog Posts

Former Lower Cable Car Station

Former Lower Cable Car Station

Former Lower Cable Car Station in Chisinau, Moldova. Completed in 1981. Abandoned, modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

“Hospitable Moldavia”

“Hospitable Moldavia”

Mosaic entitled “Hospitable Moldavia” at Chisinau Railway Station in Moldova. Completed in 1967 by Mikhail Burya. Soviet-era artwork in former the USSR.

“Young Miner”

“Young Miner”

“Young Miner” in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Completed in 1952 by sculptor, Antonín Ivanský. Communist-era monument in the former Eastern Bloc.

New Town Hall

New Town Hall

New Town Hall in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Completed in 1930. An example of early modernist architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Jowita Dormitory

Jowita Dormitory

Jowita Dormitory in Poznan, Poland. Completed in 1964. An example of modernist, Communist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Arsenal Gallery

Arsenal Gallery

Arsenal Gallery in Poznan, Poland Completed in 1962. An example of modernist, Communist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Collegium Novum

Collegium Novum

Collegium Novum in Poznan, Poland. Completed in 1968. An example of modernist, Communist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Chisinau City Gates

Chisinau City Gates

Chisinau City Gates on the outskirts of Chisinau, Moldova. Completed in 1980. Modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

Moldtelecom

Moldtelecom

Mosaic on the side of the former Central Post Office (now Moldtelecom) in Chisinau, Moldova. Completed in 1967. Soviet-era artwork in the former USSR.

Licurici Puppet Theatre

Licurici Puppet Theatre

Licurici Puppet Theatre in Chisinau, Moldova. Completed in 1991. Panel artist G. N. Spitsyn. Modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

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