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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.

Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT)

Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT)

Croatian Radiotelevision building in Zagreb, Croatia. Completed in 1975. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Zagrepcanka

Zagrepcanka

Zagrepcanka building in Zagreb, Croatia. Constructed between 1971 and 1976. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Venus Fashion House

Venus Fashion House

Venus Fashion House Bucharest, Romania. Completed in 1969. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Modarom Building

Modarom Building

Modarom Building in Brasov, Romania. Completed in 1972. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Ada Business Centre

Ada Business Centre

Ada Business Centre in Galați, Romania. Completed in 1969. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Solo Textile Building

Solo Textile Building

Solo Textile Building in Brăila, a cty on the Danube River in Eastern Romania. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Gas Station

Gas Station

Gas Station in Karosta, a former Russian naval base and neighbourhood of Liepāja, Latvia. Modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

Furniture Store

Furniture Store

Furniture Store in Kuldiga, a town in western Latvia, part of the Baltic States. Modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

1 Ilica Street

1 Ilica Street

1 Ilica Street in Zagreb, Croatia. Completed in 1958 and more commonly called Neboder. Modernist, Socialist-era architectue in the former Yugoslavia.

Macedonia Post

Macedonia Post

The building of Macedonia Post in Prilep, North Macedonia. Completed in 1979. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Post Office

Post Office

The Post Office building in the coastal city of Bar, Montenegro. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

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