Soviet Kiev

People’s Friendship Arch in Kiev
The People’s Friendship Arch dedicated to the unification of Russia and Ukraine, was constructed in Kiev.
The Friendship Arch was constructed in 1982 by sculptor A. Skoblikov and architect I. Ivanov and others. It is a huge, 50 m (164 ft) in diameter, rainbow-shaped arch, made of titanium. Underneath the Friendship Arch there are two statues: one which is made of bronze and depicts a Russian and Ukrainian worker holding up the Soviet Order of Friendship of Peoples. Another one is made from granite and depicts the participants of the Pereyaslav Council of 1654.
Soviet time auto - Zhyguli

monument on the Kiev metro station Dnipro

Kiev Memorial - Defense of the Motherland

Motherland Statue in Kiev and the Glory Park

Afghanistan 1979-1989 War Memorial
The Afghanistan 1979-1989 War Memorial is a monument in Kiev, commemorating soldiers who died fighting during the War in Afghanistan, after Soviet forces invaded that country in 1979. The memorial is located on the way to the Great Patriotic War Museum.

Khreschatik Street with its Soviet architecture style buildings

Khreschatik Street with its Soviet architecture style buildings

Victory Square in Kiev

MonuMent to founders of Kiev

MonuMent to founders of Kiev

Khreschatyk Street in Kiev

Soviet architekture

Soviet architecture