First Decade of Soviet Moscow

The first peaceful decade after the Revolution was somewhat idealistic and naive, somewhat very brutal, but invariably assured that history won't ever turn back. So won't architecture.

The most vivid specimens of Constructivism including the world known masterpiece by Le Corbusier will be in the focus of our attention during the walk of the administrative quarter of the 1920-1930s.


You will also learn about the attitudes to such important things in life as drinking, sport, prostitution, fur coats and robbery - and will get a better understanding how the Soviet economy worked.





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