April 26, 2016

Incredibly Colorized Pictures That Show the Life of Russian People in the Past

It’s hard to argue that Russia is one of the most distinct countries in the world and a lot of it has to do with its history. Now we have a unique chance to see a glimpse of it in a fresh new way with colorized vintage photos from the Motherland.

Thankfully Russian Flickr user klimbims kept himself busy with colorizing vintage photos that show the life of Russians in the past. Diversity and a whole different perspective on life can be seen in these moments immortalized in time.

A man with a group of Russian children

A Russian man stand by a Ford-A made in the USSR, 1930

A young Russian bride, 1903

Group of the Sisters of Charity in the dining room during lunch, the Herbovets community, ca. 1900s

Gymnasia pupils, Imperial Russia

Jose Raul Capablanca vs Alexander Alekhine, 1913

Reaper, 1914-16

'Red corner' at a recruiting station, Galich, Kostroma Region, 1931

Russian ballet dancer Galina Ulanova in Swan Lake, ca. 1930s

Russian family, Ekaterinburg region, Siberia in the late 19th century

Russian wrestler Karl Pospischil, 1912

Soviet athletes in Moscow, 1937

The first passengers of the Moscow metro, 1935

Worker and supervisor, car factory, Moscow, USSR, 1954

Yuri Gagarin with his Matra Bonnet Djet VS coupe, 1965

(Photos colorized by klimbims)



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