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All posts tagged: architecture
Communist Party Headquarters Buzludzha – Bulgaria Is So Hot Right Now
Buzludzha is spectacular - but it's also dark, toxic, rusty, slimy, and dank. Much like the front page of most travel blogs. Read on, check out the photos, say WOW out loud.
Jun 4, 2013
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Communist Architecture of Skopje, Macedonia – A Brutal, Modern, Cosmic, Era
Skopje, capital city of Macedonia, is a dream world for lovers of cosmic concrete communist-era 1960's architecture. There's nowhere else on Earth like it - and there's a good reason for that.
May 6, 2013
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From WTF to OMFG – Communist Architecture of New Belgrade, Serbia
Straight from the heart of the former Yugoslavia, Novi Beograd is a city that demonstrates that communist architects certainly knew how to lay concrete. Join me at the end of the world, also known as "Blokiva".
Feb 20, 2013
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Stunning Socialist-era Architecture : The Brutalism of Zagreb, Croatia
Gray and soul-less, or futuristic and expressive? Either way, communist architecture is always heavy. Raw, brutal, and modernist - here's a whole heap of mid-century concrete from Novi Zagreb, the planned city on the outskirts of the capital of Croatia.
Feb 12, 2013
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St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church – Spectacular Lithuanian Baroque Icon
The year is 1676. After builders spent a handful of years on construction, the interior designers toiled for three decades, creating a pure white Lithuanian masterpiece.
Jan 5, 2013
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The Linnahall, Estonia – Connecting Dots to Osama Bin Laden? Well…
Travel creates some strange connect-the-dots experiences. What does the abandoned Soviet-era Linnahall in Tallinn have to do with Osama Bin Laden? Read on...
Jan 3, 2013
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