A 'flying saucer' assembly hall and an office that resembles a game of Jenga: Fascinating photography book reveals that Soviet architecture wasn't always dreary | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

A 'flying saucer' assembly hall and an office that resembles a game of Jenga: Fascinating photography book reveals that Soviet architecture wasn't always dreary

Soviet Cities was created by Russian photographer Arseniy Kotov after a tour of post-Soviet republics
He stayed in over 200 cities between 2016 and 2020 and noticed unique buildings along the way

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