See the Variety of Russian Architecture

All-Russia Exhibition Center: Joseph Stalin ordered the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition of 1939 as a celebration of Soviet economic achievements.

Winter Palace: The Winter Palace is one of the most famous buildings in St. Petersburg, as much for its role in Russian history.

Church of the Savior Not Made By Hand: This is one of the most exquisite works of art created under the patronage of railway millionaire Savva Mamontov. 

Magnitogorsk Metal Kombinat: Magnitogorsk was “Stalin’s Pittsburgh.” A model industrial town for the purpose of making steel.

Cathedral of St. Sophia: The Cathedral of St. Sophia, built under Bishop Luke for Prince Vladimir.

Narkomfin Communal House: The Narkomfin Communal House (Narkomfin Dom Kommuna) was designed by a team of architects and engineers headed by Moisei Ginzburg.

Melnikov House: A blossoming of avant-garde architecture, art, and design took place in 1920s, post-revolutionary Russia.

Rusakov House of Culture: As part of the new typologies emerging from postrevolutionary Russia, workers.

Lenin Mausoleum: This small but monumental tomb holds the embalmed body of Vladimir Lenin.

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