These photographs were taken in 1972 apparently by some German tourists.
Tourists seem to have lived in the newly built “Leningrad” hotel.
Kronverkskaya embankment will be built in 1980.
People running to the train.
And this is Leningrad of the 40s-50s.
Nevsky Avenue, 1952.
The Admiralty, 1946.
The Moika river, Summer Garden and Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, 1950.
The Summer Garden, Dvortsovaya embankment, 1953.
Law Institute named after Mikhail Kalinin, 1953.
The Academy of Arts, 1952.
Isaakievskaya Square, 1946.
The Museum of the Navy, 1950.
“Moskva” cinema, 1951.
The quay of the Moika, 1952.
The Warsaw railway station, 1952.
Kirovsky avenue, 1953.
Stalin street, 1953.
University Embankment on the other side of the Neva river, 1953.
The garden named after Gorky, 1953.
Еhe Theatre named after Lenin’s Komsomol, 1952.
The Palace of Labour, 1951.
The Russian Museum and Arts Square, 1952.
The Theatre named after Pushkin, 1953.
Uprising Square, 1953.
Nevsky Avenue, 1953.
The Neva. View from the roof of the Winter Palace, 1952.