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University of Tirana

University of Tirana

University of Tirana (former House of Fascism) in Albania. Completed in 1942. Modernist architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Council of Ministers 

Council of Ministers 

Bas relief on the side of the Council of Ministers building in Tirana, Albania. Communist-era artwork in the former Eastern Bloc.

Palace of Culture

Palace of Culture

Palace of Culture in Tirana, Albania. Constructed between 1959 and 1963. Modernist, Communist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Temur Maghradze Stadium

Temur Maghradze Stadium

Semi-abandoned Temur Maghradze Stadium in Chiatura, Georgia (Caucasus). Completed in the 1960s. Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

Monument

Monument

An unknown plaque in Chiatura, a small manganese mining town in western Georgia (Caucasus). Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Cable Car Station

Cable Car Station

Cable Car Station in Chiatura, Georgia (Caucasus). Completed in 1953 in Stalinist Empire style. Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

Post Office

Post Office

Panel art on the side of the post office in Zugdidi, a town in western Georgia (Caucasus). Soviet-era artwork in the former USSR.

Department Store

Department Store

Panel art on the side of a department store in downtown Tbilisi, capital of Georgia (Caucasus). Soviet-era artwork in the former USSR.

Palace of Culture

Palace of Culture

Palace of Culture in Chiatura, Georgia (Caucasus). Completed in 1967 in Stalinist Empire style. Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR

Former Pioneer Palace

Former Pioneer Palace

The now-abandoned Pioneer Palace in Chiatura, Georgia. Completed in 1960. Stalinist Empire style, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

Monument of 300 Aragveli

Monument of 300 Aragveli

Monument of 300 Aragveli in Tbilisi, Georgia. Completed in 1959 by architect: A. Bakradze. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Central Market

Central Market

Central Market on the banks of the Qvirila River in Chiatura (Caucasus), Georgia. Modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

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