Caucasus, a Stalin-era Soviet Union travel poster encouraging foreign visitors. Despite a common assumption that the USSR under Stalin was "almost completely closed to foreigners," 1930s “Intourist” advertising was used to lure wealthy investors from abroad, since the "country was in desperate need of foreign currency for industrialization." Information and quoted caption taken Sergei Rzhevsky's post to the Russia Travel Blog
High quality giclee fine art reprint of a 1930s Soviet travel poster by V Klimashin designed for the State Travel Company Intourist, available at www.AntikBar.co.uk. Great view of Tbilisi, capital of Georgia, in Spring.