Nostalgia shows us Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii and the Russia of Nicholas II through the eyes of a wealthy amateur photographer. Thanks to him, readers will be able to discover the Russian Empire under the reign of its last tsar. This is an exceptional journey, fascinating not only for the modernity of its color photographs, but also for the images themselves, which take us back in time.
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