Square and the streets of Moscow. (1917 - 1950)
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Panorama Pushkin Square and Tverskaya Boulevard in Moscow in summer 1917 (above).
View of the city block near the Tverskoy Boulevard (at the top).
View Pushkin Square and Tverskaya Boulevard in 1926 (top).
View of the area through a hole in the wall of the Monastery of the Passion.
View of the monument to Pushkin AS (Top), by passing trams.
Type of plant building "Izvestia".
The bus passes through the area.
Types of Pushkin Square from different points (top).
Forms part of the square and Tverskaya Street (above).
View Passion of the monastery and the Pushkin monument.
View area and the Passion of the monastery.
Square view from the bell tower of the monastery.
Forms of the Holy Monastery.
View Passion of the monastery at the time of its demolition in 1937.
Workers dismantle the walls of the monastery.
Analysis of masonry.
View decapitated the bell tower and the ruined walls of the Monastery of the Passion.
Panorama Pushkin Square in 1939 (top).
View of the Square and Gorky Street.
Laying rails to move the monument to Pushkin on the opposite side of the square in 1950.
The monument to Pushkin in scaffolding.
Panorama of the square with a monument to Pushkin and the rails to move it (above).
View of the monument to Pushkin before moving night.
People gather on the square.
Monument to begin to move.
View of the Pushkin Square to the displaced on the opposite side of the monument to Pushkin (top).
View of the monument to Pushkin and plant building "Izvestia".
View of the monument to Pushkin.
View of the square in 1926 (top).
View Square and surrounding neighborhoods from the bell tower of the Monastery of the Passion.
View the top of the bell tower.
Square view from the bell tower.
Types of parts of the area and the monument to Pushkin in 1920 (top).
Forms of the monument to Pushkin.
Forms of Passion of the monastery and the various parts of the area in the 1920s.
Types of building Passion of the monastery, converted into a theater, with the announcement of the film "Girlfriend" in 1935.
General view of the area and the Passion of the monastery.
General view of the square and the streets of Gorky in 1939 (top).
People go on the Square, passing buses.
Demonstrators against Curzon notes on the Red Square in May 1923.
demonstrators holding a veneer ax, the other holding a banner with the slogan.
demonstrators beat cardboard hammer on the head actor depicting Curzon.
Panorama of the Red Square during the celebrations of November 1923.
MV Frunze welcomed the troops, made a speech.
Frunze on horseback toured the troops lined up on the Red Square.
Cars and horse-drawn carts pass by the building of GUM on Red Square in the mid-1920s.
PersonnelMikhail Frunze - commander
Moscow; History; Generals and war heroes; Demonstrations; Construction