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People’s Friendship Arch‬

People’s Friendship Arch‬

People’s Friendship Arch in Kiev, Ukraine. Formerly the Monument to the Reunification of Ukraine and Russia. Soviet monument in the former USSR.

Palace Ukraine

Palace Ukraine

Palace Ukraine in Kiev. Completed 1970 by architects Y. Marynchenko, P. Zhylytsky and I.Vainer. Modernist, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 7)

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 7)

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 7) in Kiev, Ukraine, eastern Europe. Completed in 1958. Stalinist Empire style, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

Expocenter of Ukraine

Expocenter of Ukraine

A disused pavillon inside the Expocenter of Ukraine in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital. Modernist, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

Cinema House

Cinema House

Cinema House in Kiev, Ukraine. Completed in 1974. Formerly the House of Cinematography. Modernist, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 19)

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 19)

The disused Pavillon 19 inside the Expocenter of Ukraine in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital. Modernist, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

Slavutich Hotel

Slavutich Hotel

Slavutich Hotel in Kiev, Ukraine. Completed in 1968 by architects B. Ladnii and G. Kulchitskii. Brutalist, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

National Circus of Ukraine

National Circus of Ukraine

National Circus of Ukraine in Kiev. Completed in 1960 by architect V. Zhukov. Stalinist Empire style, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

Kiev Crematorium

Kiev Crematorium

Kiev Crematorium (Memory Park) in Ukraine. Completed in 1985 by architect, Avraham Miletski. Modernist style, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 1)

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 1)

Expocenter of Ukraine (Pavillon 1) in Kiev, Ukraine, eastern Europe. Completed in 1958. Stalinist Empire style, Soviet architecture in the former USSR.

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