It is an ongoing photo essay that traverses the effects of the communist dictatorship in the present. I examine spaces, everyday processes, habits that I considered natural when I was a child, when I didn’t even know there was anything else in the big world. I am now examining these views in today’s modern, globalizing world, where they would no longer have a place and would not fit into the overall cityscape at all. Yet there are things that, as a result of history, nothing has changed to this day and everything is the same as it used to be. The dusters where I spent the afternoons of my childhood, the ruined buildings openly left, the village in the city a sense of life valid to this day.