This series consists of photos of public spaces taken in Kurkijoki, in the Republic of Karelia. This small city serves as a model for small Russian cities in general, and the series offers a list of a city’s essential elements: the hospital, the police station, kindergarten, school, stores, post office, the telephone exchange and so on.
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