A happy childhood without the Internet: how it was in the 90sBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/a-happy-childhood-without-the-internet-how-it-was-in-the-90s
Now smartphones, tablets and consoles have penetrated so tightly into the lives of children that it is already difficult to remember what the generation of the 90s was doing at their age. Here is a selection of photos full of nostalgia that makes you smile and think.
Shots from the ambiguous nineties. It seems that it was quite recently.
The chaos that reigned in society at that time could not but affect the children: they were growing up in the 90s much faster than they are now.
Children have never been idle. They always had something to do
The old ideals collapsed, and the new ones were so ambiguous
The Feast of the Nativity of Christ, Moscow, Vasilievsky Descent, 1992
Schoolchildren choose toys after school, 1993
Children and adults collect small change on Red Square, 1996
A boy sells coke on the streets of Moscow, 1994
Growing vegetables on the roof of one of the houses of St. Petersburg, the 90s
Gorky Park, 1998
Children play on the streets of Grozny, 1995
A soldier of the federal forces treats Chechen guys with Coca-Cola, 1996
Was there a similar attraction in your park?
Children knock out carpets in one of the Moscow courtyards
In winter, then, carpets were cleaned in the snow
Guys sell apples at the market in Moscow, 1991
Teenagers take their first steps in trading