Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

Education was certainly one of the priorities in the Soviet Union, and Pripyat had some of the best equipped schools and libraries. One of the 16-storey buildings on Lazareva Street, just by the Pripyat’s Main Square, housed a well equipped Children’s library on the ground floor.

Among the novels, scientific books and poetry, children also had access to a wide selection of newspapers and journals, including the Agitator magazine published by the  Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

 

Children’s Library in a 16-storey building on the Lazareva Street

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