Moldavia during soviet times

Moldavia during soviet times

Below pictures were taken in Soviet republic of Moldova , during the times when it was part of Soviet Union . Most probably the pictures were used as propaganda , during that times .       Via:...
Bucharest 1964

Bucharest 1964

Carl Mydans American photographer surprise summer of 1964 in Bucharest Carl Mydans was in Bucharest in August 1964 when he surprised the film also the Parade of August 23 and undoubtedly that was not allowed to walk on his own in the city. Via:...
Parade on 23 August 1964

Parade on 23 August 1964

Parade August 23, 1964 Twenty years of communist rule in Romania   Via: george-damian.ro
The IAR-93 Vultur

The IAR-93 Vultur

The Avioane Craiova IAR-93 Vultur (Vulture) is a twin-engine, subsonic, close support, ground attack and tactical reconnaissance aircraft with secondary capability as low level interceptor. Built as single-seat main attack version or combat capable two-seat version for advanced flying and weapon training, it was developed as a joint Yugoslav-Romanian project in the 1970s for the air forces of both nations. The Romanian aircraft were built by I.R.Av. Craiova as IAR-93, and its Yugoslav counterpart by Soko as the Soko J-22 Orao. For Romania, the IAR-93 was intended...
Building the Danube-Black Sea canal

Building the Danube-Black Sea canal

Runs from Cernavoda, on the Danube, to Constanta (southern arm, as main branch), and to Navodari (northern arm), on the Black Sea. It is an important part of the European canal system that links the North Sea (through the Rhine–Main–Danube Canal) to the Black Sea. The main branch of the canal, with a length of 64.4 km (40.0 mi), which connects the Port of Cernavoda with the Port of Constanta, was built in 1976–1984, while the north branch, known as the Poarta Alba – Midia Navodari Canal, with a length of 31.2 km (19.4 mi), between Poarta Alba and Port of...
Tarom historical fleet

Tarom historical fleet

Below are presented  some of the airplanes used by Tarom , over time. Tarom is the flag carrier and oldest currently operating airline of Romania, based in Otopeni, with its headquarters and its main hub at Henri Coandă International Airport.  It is currently the largest airline operating in Romania Via: (1) and (2)
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