I love Soviet-era commieblock areas and buildings both in former USSR and in Eastern Europe. Highway ("Magistraal" in Estonian) takes me through such areas and some nice blocks are located right next to them. I am happy that I can enjoy these buildings and areas in my hometown Tallinn every day. (In case you wanted to see shopping mall Magistral in Mustamäe, please go to https://magistral.ee.)
Monday, 29 May 2017
571 Copenhagen 19.04.2015, part 2 of 3
This is more like a typical block in other countries. Seeing all the other buildings, it is even strange to see any such here somewhere.
I can't help myself: this looks incredibly dull, even depressive and like a prison. Is it possible to live a happy life inside here? Imagine Lasnamäe in Tallinn built with such... I feel that even a thought of this is too violent.
Strange combination: a theatre or cinema looking house on top of an entirely different supermarket.
Wow, true blocks again. They don't look half as dull as those oldies.
Such a beauty. It was probably a cheaper kind of car back then, nothing too special, but when compared to the current cars, this is just simple beauty.
I enjoyed the minimalism of this landscape between the minimalistic buildings. Here the dullness is kind of saved thanks to the landscape surrounding it. This could be a social housing area but I am not sure.
These towers don't look good. It is like using the same idea of dullness on a block.
Posted by Riivo Must at 22:57
Labels: Copenhagen, Denmark
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
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