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Communist Bloc Party

In April 2015, there was a tour of Bucharest going on outside the bloc in which I lived. I took a look outside. Right as I was looking at the group, the man leading the group said “and here, you can see a communist bloc.”

At that point, everybody turned and looked at the building, and more specifically at me, as I was in the window. Right then, I snapped a picture of the group with my tablet.

Here it is.

I did not know I lived in a communist landmark. It’s interesting how marketing works and how you can turn a regular building into a touristic sight.

Communism

I usually don’t enjoy photographs that have a before story (and mostly and after one too), because I think the photograph itself should tell the story, but I think in this case, it does work.

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CD Iosif Trif takes interest in developing creative works as well as studying the impact works of art and cultural products have on people at both a personal and group level.

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