True art is to manage to match two images, making an unprecedented work that manages to merge the distant past and present.
Most of the photos are taken in Berlin and Moscow, and they merge times and locations at a distance greater than 60 years, ie between World War II and today. Taking old photos of World War II, Russian photographer Sergei Larenkov carefully processed by adding elements of modern times, thus reviving the past.
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