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Vjesnik Business Centre

Vjesnik Business Centre

Vjesnik Business Centre in Zagreb, Croatia. Completed in 1972 by architect Antun Ulrich. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Villa Izvor

Villa Izvor

The now-abandoned Villa Izvor inside Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Telecom Centre

Telecom Centre

Telecom Centre in Velenje, the sixth-largest city in Slovenia. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

TZUM Central Department Store

TZUM Central Department Store

TZUM Central Department Store, part of the Largo, in Sofia, Bulgaria. Stalinist Empire style, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Former Separation Mine

Former Separation Mine

Former Separation Mine in Potpićan, a small town in Istria, Croatia. Abandoned, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Political School Josip Broz Tito

Political School Josip Broz Tito

The now-abandoned Political School Josip Broz Tito in Kumrovec, Croatia. Completed in 1981. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Hotel Marina Lucica

Hotel Marina Lucica

The now-abandoned Hotel Marina Lucica in Primošten, Croatia. Completed in 1971. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Haludovo Palace Hotel

Haludovo Palace Hotel

The now-abandoned Haludovo Palace Hotel on Krk Island, Croatia. Completed in 1972. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Yugoslavia.

Apartment Building

Apartment Building

An example of a Khrushchyovka (apartment building) in Karosta, a neighbourhood of Liepāja, Latvia. Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.

Hunedoara Train Station

Hunedoara Train Station

The no longer in use train station in Hunedoara, Romania. Completed in 1953. Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Culture House of Trade Unions

Culture House of Trade Unions

Culture House of Trade Unions in Alba Iulia, Romania. Completed in 1976. Architect Gh. Dorin. Modernist, Socialist architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

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