Colorful pictures made by a foreigner during travel in Odessa.
Photojournalist Ian berry (Ian Berry) was born the year at the British in 1934 in Preston, Lancashire. He made his name, when filming in South Africa for the Daily Mail. And then became the only photographer who documented the mass murder in Sharpeville in 1960. His images are even used in court to prove the innocence of the victims. In 1964 he returned to London and began to work in the Observer Magazine, has traveled the world. China, Congo, Czechoslovakia, Ireland, Israel, USSR. In 1992, Ian berry went to Odessa, where he made a series of photographs about the life of Soviet Odessa.
1. Potemkin stairs
The Boulevard staircase leading to the sea in Odessa.
2. The monument to Duke de Richelieu
At the monument to Duke Emmanuel de Richelieu and the famous Potemkin stairs.
Rehearsing a puppet show in the theater.
4. In Shevchenko Park
In the Central Park of culture and rest named after Taras Shevchenko.
Odessa to Saint Panteleimon monastery.
6. Play the accompaniment
One of the students at Stolyarsky music school playing the violin with a piano accompaniment.
7. Central market
Women on the market.
8. Street trade
Woman trying to sell flowers to the man.
9. Street scene
Events in the city centre.
Visitors admire the view from the Potemkin stairs.
11. Rhythmic gymnastics
The performance of gymnasts.
The beer kiosk.
13. Ballet troupe
On the stage of the Odessa Opera and ballet theater.
14. Plant in Odessa
Stroygidravlika at the plant, which produces engines for cranes and excavators.
15. The music school of Stolyarsky
Odessa secondary special music boarding school named. Professor Stolyarsky.
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