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1. Market Place, Kostroma, Russia Market Place, Kostroma, Russia Markets; People; Churches; Horses; Carts & wagons; Buildings; Clothing & dress; Onion domes; Marketplace in the City of Kostroma. Visible are three churches in the background. In the market area, people are walking, there seems to be a number of small market areas, and a number of horse drawn...

2. Haying, Smolensk, Russia Haying, Smolensk, Russia Harvesting; Agricultural laborers; Carts & wagons; Horses; Thatched roof buildings; Hay; An agricultural laborer is standing in front of a cart loaded with hay. There is a thatched house behind him and two other agricultural laborers to his right.

3. Ryklowa, Russia Ryklowa, Russia Villages; Thatched roof buildings; Carts & wagons; Fences; Roads; Croplands; Trees; Horses; The Village of Ryklowa, with thatched roofed homes visible in the in the background. Also visible is a horse-drawn cart with a driver sitting in the cart and a wooden fence along a dirt road. A field is...

4. Street Cleaning, Brussels, Belgium Street Cleaning, Brussels, Belgium Street cleaning; Carts & wagons; Sweeping & dusting; Dogs; Buildings; Cobblestone streets; A street cleaner is sweeping behind his cart which is pulled by a harnessed dog. There are broken baskets in the foreground of the photograph, a small dog behind the car, and a women walking along the...

5. Gostiny Dvor, Nevsky Prospekt (Nevskiĭ prospek), Saint Petersburg, Russia Gostiny Dvor, Nevsky Prospekt (Nevskiĭ prospek), Saint Petersburg, Russia Buildings; People; Trees; Carts & wagons; Lampposts; Horses; Horse railroads; Cycling; Department stores; Historic buildings; View of Gostiny Dvor (a department store built between 1757 and 1785, with over 100 individual shops taking up over 164,000 square feet). It is reputed to be one of the first shopping malls.
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