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A postcard showing decorative rosarium in the Main Botanical Gardens of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, 1973

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A postcard showing decorative rosarium in the Main Botanical Gardens of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, 1973

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Happy International Women’s Day!

Postcards by Estonian artists S.Väljal and M.Tralla, 1977

Posted 1 week ago

1977 (by katya.)

1977 (by katya.)

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russia-6 by wzdg on Flickr.

Call it St. Petersburg if you like, but I think I’ll always say Leningrad.

Many older people here in Russia still call it Leningrad, but the youth only calls it Peterbsurg, or Peter.

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europavintage:

russia-6 by wzdg on Flickr.

Call it St. Petersburg if you like, but I think I’ll always say Leningrad.

Many older people here in Russia still call it Leningrad, but the youth only calls it Peterbsurg, or Peter.

europavintage:

Soviet Union (anyone knows any more details about this one?)
(From The Chawed Rosin)

I’ve got this: “Elektronika” sanatorium (health resort) in Kislovodsk, 1970s. No details on the postcard itself.

europavintage:

Soviet Union (anyone knows any more details about this one?)

(From The Chawed Rosin)

I’ve got this: “Elektronika” sanatorium (health resort) in Kislovodsk, 1970s. No details on the postcard itself.

New set up in my shop — a wonderful 9-postcard set of autumn imagery from Boldino. The small village of Boldino is known to every Russian person as Alexander Pushkin’s haven where he spent his autumns and wrote his timeless love poetry.

→ Pushkin’s Haven Boldino USSR Viewcards / Full Set by SovietPostcards

New set up in my shop — a wonderful 9-postcard set of autumn imagery from Boldino. The small village of Boldino is known to every Russian person as Alexander Pushkin’s haven where he spent his autumns and wrote his timeless love poetry.

Pushkin’s Haven Boldino USSR Viewcards / Full Set by SovietPostcards

1975

1975

(Source: fotki.yandex.ru)

1970

1970

Some new postcards in my own collection. Grabbed them at a flea market last weekend (200 km away from my town — that’s where the closest flea market is!) I’m especially excited about the top one: Vladimir Zarubin, 1986. Run only 700,000 copies. Compare to his usual runs: five, six million. So it’s considered rare, and I’ve never run across one until now. Very happy indeed!

1) V. Zarubin 1986
2) N. Kruglov 1967
3) I. Filippov 1987
4) L. Manilova 1976
5) Yu. Artsimenev, Yu. Kosorukov 1974

(Source: Flickr / apple_min)

Posted 3 weeks ago