Boris Ignatovich

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Dark Row, 1938. The covered portion of the Verkhnyi bazaar, extending from the Minaret of Dzhuma to the Shamakhi gate and Caravan Saray. Azerbaidjan, Baku

Dark Row, The covered portion of the Verkhnyi bazaar, extending from the Minaret of Dzhuma to the Shamakhi gate and Caravan Saray.

Morning meeting, 1938. Shepherds. Savan district, Armenia

Morning meeting, 1938. Shepherds. Savan district, Armenia

Water for Yerevan, 1938. Armenia's oldest power station, the Kanaker hydroelectric station. Armenia, northern edge of Yerevan

Water for Yerevan, Armenia's oldest power station, the Kanaker hydroelectric station. Armenia, northern edge of Yerevan

Waiting for a medical procedure, 1938. Andreev Railway Workers Health Retreat. The retreat worked year-round. Kislovodsk, Stavropol' region

Waiting for a medical procedure, Andreev Railway Workers Health Retreat. The retreat worked year-round.

Men's day out, 1938. Khosty beach, located on Quiet cove at the Vidnoe cape, on the Black Sea coast. Sochi, Krasnodar region

Men's day out, Khosty beach, located on Quiet cove at the Vidnoe cape, on the Black Sea coast.

Collective farm fair in Tiflis, 1932. Here was the collective farm marketplace for fresh foods. Georgia, Tbilisi

Collective farm fair in Tiflis, Here was the collective farm marketplace for fresh foods.

Tractor driver Gudu Shauri and brigadier Kote, 1937. Rural location. Georgia.

Tractor driver Gudu Shauri and brigadier Kote, Rural location.

Ancient Mr. Gvianishvili speaking with children, 1937. He was 125 years old, a confederate of Arsen of Tbilisi in the early 19th century. Georgia

Gvianishvili speaking with children, He was 125 years old, a confederate of Arsen of Tbilisi in the early century.

Youth with grapes, 1938. Kardanakhi village. In 2013 UNESCO designated the Kakhetian “qvevri” method of making wine an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Kakhetia, Georgia

Youth with grapes, Kardanakhi village. In 2013 UNESCO designated the Kakhetian “qvevri” method of making wine an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.