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  • Apex Bali

    Stunning Brutalist Architecture in Eastern Europe #9 The Druzhba Sanatorium What exactly is the The Druzhba Sanatorium, you ask? Apart from being the most impressive form of Brutalist architecture we have ever seen, this structure is also considered the masterpiece of its architect Igor Vasilievsky and engineer Yurij Stefanchuk. The Druzhba sanatorium was built from 1983 till 1985, and it even contains a sea-water swimming pool.

  • Deb Markley

    Druzhba Sanatorium, Yalta, Ukraine by Igor Vasilievsky (1985) eastern Europe

  • Adam Jones

    Time Travel Tuesday: Space-Age Buildings of the USSR

  • Derek Brennan

    The Very Best of Strange Soviet Architecture / Calire Cottrell @Flavorwire | Druzhba Holiday Center – Yalta, Ukraine | #sovieticarquitectura

  • Europrime

    Druzhba Holiday Center Hall, Yalta, Ukraine | designed by Igor Vasilevsky #ukraine #yalta #building #architecture

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