Palace of Children and Youth Creativity

Location: Tiraspol, Transnistria

Completed: 1980

Architect: Not known

Alternative name: Palace of Pioneers

Genre: Modernist, Soviet architecture, former USSR

The original House of Pioneers and Little Octobrists dates back to 1937. The cultural centre stopped functioning in the early days of the Axis occupation of Tiraspol during the Great Patriotic War (World War II) and was blown up by retreating Germans towards the end of the conflict. The institution then had no permanent home until the new building in the style of Soviet Modernism was completed in 1980.

Palace of Children and Youth Creativity in Tiraspol, Transnistria | Modernist | Soviet architecture | former USSR

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