Let’s travel back in time to 1982 in the city of Jihlava. Why am I sharing these with you today? Because I am an old photography fan from way back when and when I came across these I just knew I had to share them here.
These photographs of Jihlava are interesting in that you can see that while it’s a large city, the streets are almost empty. A blend of old and new, the brutal concrete structures of communism seem so out of place here. Look at all of the old run down looking cars, and the few military trucks here and there.
Looking at the photographs of Jihlava almost makes it feel like this is a place that time forgot. Their sad feeling reminds me of another album, When Prague was 50 Shades of Grey.
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