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Children's crossing signs in Russia

Moscow, IX.2000; pict. M. Chartier
This find from Moscow seems to confirm what I was afraid for. This means a red alert for roadsign collectors. We have now samples from several remote sites in the old communist block (even as far east as Ulan Ude) and all are alike.

Visit Armenia and learn how Iconization is threathening our children.

Armenian children's signs are identical. Samples from Estonia are the same. And so are the children from Kyrgyzstan.
The same clustering appears also in the Men at Work signs. They form the Russian group of road signs.

Visit the Russian settlement Barentsburg on Spitsbergen and find out where their children's signs come from.

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More road signs from Russia: Men at work - Falling Rock Signs