House of Soviets

Location: Tiraspol, Transnistria

Constructed: 1953-1956

Architect: S. V. Vasiliev

Genre: Stalinist Empire style, Soviet architecture, former USSR

Constructed in the style of Stalinist Empire architecture, the four-storey building is now home to the city council of Tiraspol. The main entrance to the premises is reached via a ten-column portico and the structure is topped with a spire on which there is a five-pointed Red Star. In front of the building is a bust of Vladimir Lenin.

House of Soviets in Tiraspol, Transnistria | Stalinist Empire style | Soviet architecture | former USSR

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