Wednesday, 17 June 2009


Seda is a small town in Latvia built in early 1950s for workers of peat extraction industry. The town is famous for Stalinist architecture and also for the fact that most inhabitants are Russians. They also have a narrow-track rail that is still used for transporting peat and bringing laborers to the work.
Photos by (c) Arnis Balcus

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

very interesting, didnt know about this, maybe will visit this place soon, thanks for the info