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  •  Flood in Syktyvkar
    1987年05月08日
    Flood in Syktyvkar

    08.05.1987 Komi Republic. Hundreds of rivers and rivulets flow on the territory of the region, which flood the oldest district of Syktyvkar, Zarechye. Mikhail Dmitiev、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023012003752

  •  Flood in Syktyvkar
    1987年05月08日
    Flood in Syktyvkar

    08.05.1987 Komi Republic. Hundreds of rivers and rivulets flow on the territory of the region, which flood the oldest district of Syktyvkar, Zarechye. The streets here are called none other than Navigable, Splavnaya, Vodnaya. Residents of the flooded area travel by boat. Mikhail Dmitiev、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023012003750

  •  Flood in Syktyvkar
    1987年05月08日
    Flood in Syktyvkar

    08.05.1987 Komi Republic. Hundreds of rivers and rivulets flow on the territory of the region, which flood the oldest district of Syktyvkar, Zarechye. Mikhail Dmitiev、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023012003742

  •  P.E. lesson
    1988年02月02日
    P.E. lesson

    02.02.1988 Komi Republic. Usogorsk village. School physical education lesson.、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023020311705

  •  Vorkuta residents listen to speech by Boris Yeltsin
    1990年08月12日
    Vorkuta residents listen to speech by Boris Yeltsin

    12.08.1990 Vorkuta, the Komi ASSR. Local residents listen to a speech by Boris Yeltsin, Speaker of the Supreme Soviet (Parliament) of the RSFSR, during his trip to Russian cities. On August 29, 1990, the Komi ASSR was renamed the Komi, and its current official name is the Republic of Komi. Yuriy Somov、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022101911438

  •  Vorkuta residents listen to speech by Boris Yeltsin
    1990年08月12日
    Vorkuta residents listen to speech by Boris Yeltsin

    12.08.1990 Vorkuta, the Komi ASSR. Local residents listen to a speech by Boris Yeltsin, Speaker of the Supreme Soviet (Parliament) of the RSFSR, during his trip to Russian cities. On August 29, 1990, the Komi ASSR was renamed the Komi, and its current official name is the Republic of Komi. Yuriy Somov、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022101911540

  • 本画像はログイン後にご覧いただけます
    1994年10月31日
    流出した石油の除去作業 流出石油総量は20万トン超す

    31日、ロシア極北地方のコミ共和国のウシンスクの川で、流出した石油の除去に当たる作業員(タス=共同)

    商品コード: 1994103100117

  • 本画像はログイン後にご覧いただけます
    2010年09月09日
    不時着したロシア機 ロ旅客機、森に不時着

    8日、ロシア北部のコミ共和国で不時着した旅客機(タス=共同)

    商品コード: 2010090900001

  • 本画像はログイン後にご覧いただけます
    2010年09月09日
    不時着した旅客機 ロ旅客機、森に不時着

    8日、ロシア北部のコミ共和国で不時着した旅客機ツポレフ154(タス=共同)

    商品コード: 2010090900002

  • 本画像はログイン後にご覧いただけます
    2010年09月09日
    不時着した旅客機 森に不時着、負傷者なし

    ロシア北部コミ共和国で不時着したロシアの航空会社の旅客機=8日(タス=共同)

    商品コード: 2010090900105

  • 本画像はログイン後にご覧いただけます
    2010年09月09日
    不時着したロシア機 森に不時着、負傷者なし

    ロシア北部コミ共和国で不時着したロシアの航空会社の旅客機ツポレフ154=8日(タス=共同)

    商品コード: 2010090900110

  • 本画像はログイン後にご覧いただけます
    2010年09月09日
    不時着した旅客機 森に不時着、負傷者なし

    ロシア北部コミ共和国で不時着したロシアの航空会社の旅客機=8日(タス=共同)

    商品コード: 2010090900250

  •  Russian regions. Komi Republic
    2011年06月09日
    Russian regions. Komi Republic

    09.06.2011 Russian regions. Komi Republic. Sputnik、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022090113682

  •  Russian regions. Komi Republic
    2011年06月09日
    Russian regions. Komi Republic

    09.06.2011 Russian regions. Komi Republic. Sputnik、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022090113757

  •  Russia‘s regions. Komi Republic
    2012年06月16日
    Russia‘s regions. Komi Republic

    16.06.2012 Residents of the village of Krivoi Navolok, Komi Republic, celebrate the Village Day. Ilya Pitalev / Sputnik、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023011401998

  •  ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格
    2021年01月09日
    ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格

    ロシア・セベロモルスク、コミ共和国、アルハンゲリスク州、ムルマンスク州、ネネツ自治管区

    商品コード: 2021010905562

  •  ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格
    2021年01月09日
    ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格

    ロシア・セベロモルスク、コミ共和国、アルハンゲリスク州、ムルマンスク州、ネネツ自治管区

    商品コード: 2021010905563

  •  ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格
    2021年01月09日
    ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格

    ロシア・セベロモルスク、コミ共和国、アルハンゲリスク州、ムルマンスク州、ネネツ自治管区

    商品コード: 2021010905564

  •  ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格
    2021年01月09日
    ロ北方艦隊、軍管区に昇格

    ロシア・セベロモルスク、コミ共和国、アルハンゲリスク州、ムルマンスク州、ネネツ自治管区

    商品コード: 2021010905565

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302977

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302583

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302150

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302918

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032303046

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302740

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302970

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302422

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302845

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302389

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302520

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302423

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302855

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302952

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302839

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302498

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302485

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302426

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302893

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302481

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302913

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302926

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302372

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302083

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302257

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302442

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302385

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302386

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302384

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302380

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

    商品コード: 2021032302382

  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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  •  Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City
    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

    March 18, 2021, Vorkuta, Russian Federation: A photographer has captured a series of incredible images of frozen abandoned Russian apartments in Europe‘s coldest city...Photographer Arseniy Kotov, whose work focuses on documenting ‘‘architecture and life in the post-Soviet world‘‘, visited Vorkuta last month (Feb 21) and toured various housing complexes built for workers, many of which were abandoned when the mines closed. One building in particular, though, is evidence of how desertion continues to unsettle the once-thriving city, an ongoing problem that Kotov captured in a stunning series...Located about 110 miles from the Arctic Ocean lies the Russian town of Vorkuta, a small mining town that once held one of the largest and most gruelling forced labour camps during Stalinââ¬â¢s reign...The Vorkutlag forced-labour camp at Vorkuta was established in 1932. Mining continued after the Gulags disappeared, but high costs forced many mine closures in the early 2000s. Over the past two decades, Vorkuta has bec...

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    2021年03月18日
    Photographer Captures Incredible Images Of Frozen Russian Apartments In Europeâs Coldest City

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