Soviet monuments from the past that speak of the future

Soviet monuments from the past that speak of the future

If there is something that stands out from the Soviet monuments feature is its construction. Many of the build...

If there is something that stands out from the Soviet monuments feature is its construction. Many of the buildings built by the Russians href=”https://hipertextual.com/tag/rusia”> have a look too edgy for the time, as if they really belonged to a more advanced age than that in which they were built.

However, this architectural design is explained by a stream, the Russian Futurism, which started in the country shortly before starting World War. Like most avant-garde movements, which sought was breaking the mold of all that was established at that time, either in relation to literature, architecture and painting.

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Specifically, as noted in artescritorio, Soviet monuments that we see in the images are left in Yugoslavia. However, they are built long after Russian Futurism began. Was the former Josip Broz Tito who in the 60 ordered to construct such structures on the occasion of commemorating the battles of the World War II

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