Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

In short, the atmosphere of this period can be described as " suddenly everything became possible (but not everyone)". Dashing and free, full of hope and saturated with difficult trials — no matter how we feel about the 90s, this is a part of our history that it is useful to feel again in order to think and draw your own conclusions. Let's get on with it.

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Dump of boxes, Vladivostok, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Unloading of cars from Japan, Vladivostok, 1993

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Fire on the ship, Vladivostok. 1993

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Flea market on Borisenko Street, Vladivostok, 1992

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

The consequences of gang fights, Vladivostok, 1993

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Car market, Vladivostok, 1998

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

The final tram "Balyaeva", Vladivostok, 1996

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

The flood in 1998, Vladivostok

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Buddha Statue on the Eagle's Nest, Vladivostok, 1993

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Queue, Vladivostok, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

City garbage dump, Vladivostok 1995

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Stop "Passenger depot", Khabarovsk, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Dismantling of the old Amur Bridge, Jewish Autonomous Region, 1999

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

At the stadium, Blagoveshchensk, Amur region, 1995

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Queue for bread in Chita, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

View of Tereshkova Street, Irkutsk, 1999

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

The holiday of seeing off winter at the musical theater, Irkutsk, 1995

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Tram stop "Central market", Irkutsk, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

The An-124 disaster, Irkutsk. 1997

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Bridge tests, Omsk, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Omsk, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Siberian International Marathon, Omsk, 1996

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

On the pier, Omsk, 1994

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Wholesale market near the stadium "Labor reserves", Omsk, 1998

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

The An-124 Ruslan disaster in Irkutsk, 1997

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Nizhny Tagil, 1995

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Memorial complex "Cranes", Saratov, 1995

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Department store "Norilsk", Dudinka, 1991

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Event on the support of Dudinka school teachers for the All-Russian protest action, Dudinka, 1998

Destruction and disassembly: the Russian province in the dashing 90s

Terrorist attack in Volgodonsk, 1999

Keywords: 90th | Far East | Province | Siberia

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