Tauzhne, Kirovohrad, 23.VII.2013; pict. J. Koelstra
Odessa, 19.VII.2006; pict. C. Veillon
This kind of drawing is found in many countries of the former Soviet Union.
between Bolekhiv and Dolyna, IV.2008; pict. C. Veillon
Nyry, Volyn, 03.VII.2013; pict. J. Koelstra
It looks like Mother Russia still has a firm hand in the choice of roadsigns.
Take a look at the showcase of the Russian Group of children's signs.
Or is it perhaps nostalgia of the former members of the federation who are afflicted
with an all too strong memory? After all, we know that roadsigns often reflect undercurrents in society