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“Areas Restringidas forma parte de un proyecto sobre el progreso tecnológico y el empeño humano por la utopía. Viajo a lugares que solían tener una gran importancia para el progreso tecnológico, y que ahora están desérticos. Esos lugares perdieron su significación a la vez que las ideologías utópicas se quedaron obsoletas”.  Danila Tkachenko, Russia, Shortlist, Landscape, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards.

archatlas: “ Restricted Area Danila Tkachenko “The project "Restricted Area” is about utopian strive of man for technological progress. I traveled through Russia in search of places which used to have.

Danila Tkachenko is documentary photographer from Russia. In his Restricted Areas, Danila maps abandoned Soviet-era military technology and research f...

The ruins of Soviet-era military documented by Danila Tkachenko

Danila Tkachenko is documentary photographer from Russia. In his Restricted Areas, Danila maps abandoned Soviet-era military technology and research f.

From Tideland by David Batchelder

David Batchelder’s Tideland photography

From Tideland by David Batchelder

Weapons Research

Amazing Photos of Abandoned Soviet Infrastructure Will Show You the Meaning of Desolate

Danila Tkachenko - Hangar at the former firing field for biological weapons.

Danila Tkachenko.  Wreckage in the snow: Russia's forgotten future – in pictures

Wreckage in the snow: Russia's forgotten future – in pictures

Restricted Areas - Memorial on a deserted nuclear station

22. Coal processing plant. Russia, Komi Republic, 2014

Snow ghosts: haunting images of derelict Soviet infrastructure — The Calvert Journal

Le plus grand sous-marin à propulsion diesel au monde.

Exploring Danila Tkachenko's silent and snowy photographs of abandoned buildings in Eastern Europe.

A Forgotten Plane

Amazing Photos of Abandoned Soviet Infrastructure Will Show You the Meaning of Desolate

Travelling thousands of kilometres in search for the former symbols of USSR’s technological progress, Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko created a series of images that speak about human impulse towards utopia and people’s striving for perfection.

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