Russia In The Late 19th-Century: Spectacular Historical Photos Show Cities & Countryside In Vivid Colors

Russia’s population growth rate from the mid-19th century to 1910 was doubled. However, the vast majority of the people lived in rural communities and engaged in relatively primitive agriculture. The nineteenth century was the era of industrial growth and Russia was far behind then west. The first railway line was built in Russia in 1837 between Saint Petersburg and Tsarskoye Selo and at the end of the 19th century, the country had about 32,000 kilometers of railroads and .4 million factory workers, most of whom worked in the textile industry.

These amazing historical photos show Russia in the late 19th century in historical colors — capturing streets, landmarks, bridges, and everyday life. Vote your favorites and don’t forget to share.

#11 The Ivan Veliky Tower and the Archangel Cathedral, Moscow, 1890s

#13 The Ivan Veliky Tower and the Czar of Canons, Moscow, 1890s

#20 The Isaac Cathedral from Alexander’s Garden, St. Petersburg, 1890s

#21 St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Isaakievskiy Sobor, St. Petersburg, 1890s

#27 The Pavilion, Tsarskoye Selo, Saint Petersburg, 1890s

#51 The procession of correctly Nicholas II] at the Paris Hotel, Moscow, 1896

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