Stalinist High-rise Building on Kudrinskaya Square Framed by Trees
The front view of the residential Stalinist high-rise building on Kudrinskaya Square from a fountain at the beginning of summer framed by trees.
The building was built by the project of architects Mikhail Posokhin and Ashot Mndoyants in 1948-1954. The 22-floor high-rise building has more than 450 apartments that were given in 1955 to workers of the aviation industry, test pilots, and nomenclature of Central Committee of Communist Party and Council of Ministers of USSR.
Photo #035 taken on June 11 2015
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