The 1960s - the time of the so-called "Khrushchev thaw" - one of the brightest decades in the history of the USSR. This is a time of outstanding personalities, major projects and social reforms. In 1967, American photographer Bill Eppridge shot a series of photographs "Soviet Youth" for the LIFE magazine, which appeared in the magazine the same year. In our review, you can see these photographs that capture the life, faces and the very spirit of that time.
And then no one could have thought that in a few 10 years there will be 10 photo cycles about post-Soviet Russia made by foreign journalists.