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Funeral Hall, Žale Cemetery

Funeral Hall, Žale Cemetery

Funeral Hall, part of Žale Cemetery in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Completed in 1974. Brutalist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

NLB Tower, Republic Square

NLB Tower, Republic Square

NLB Tower (TR2) on Republic Square in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Constructed between 1961 and 1974. Brutalist, Socialist architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Republic Square

Republic Square

Republic Square in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Completed in 1982. Chief architect Edvard Ravnikar. Brutalist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

‘Two Knights’ Apartment Buildings

‘Two Knights’ Apartment Buildings

‘Two Knights’ Apartment Buildings on Republic Square in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Completed in 1978. Brutalist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

Apartment Building

Apartment Building

Brutalist-style apartment building in Borjomi, a resort town in south-central Georgia. Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

The Telephone Palace

The Telephone Palace

Telephone Palace in Cluj Napoca, Romania. Completed in 1968 by architect Vasile Mitrea. Brutalist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Croatian Radiotelevision

Croatian Radiotelevision

Croatian Radiotelevision in Split, Croatia. Completed in 1979 by architect Frane Grgurević. Brutalist, Socialist architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Alipasino Polje (Phase C)

Alipasino Polje (Phase C)

Alipasino Polje (Phase C) in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Constructed between 1974 and 1979. Brutalist, Socialist architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Cinema Rossiya

Cinema Rossiya

Cinema Rossiya in Yerevan, Armenia. Completed in 1975. Lead architect Artur Tarkhanyan. Brutalist, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

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