Welcome Winter Dressed in White…
Russian architecture has unique winter images. Baroque, Classicism and Modern reveal themselves most fully in the winter context. Constructivism and other “isms” of the 1920s are indifferent to the snow veil. In winter, the misery of prefablicated five-storey apartment blocks and new “towers” becomes more obvious.
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