Baidar Gate. Crimea

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Baidar Gate. Crimea [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [postcard] / photo Benditsky. - Electronic data (2 files: 2.7 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2014). -
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Electronic reproduction of the postcard: Baidar Gate. Crimea [Izomaterial] / photo of Benditsky. Moscow: ed. Union Union, 1936 (Copyright by Unionbnd. Amsterdam and Sovfoto New-York). 1 card: phototype. F-862. B-12315. The circulation is 30,000. 25 cop. Location: Children's Memorial Museum, St. Petersburg.
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On the postcard photo of the architectural monument Baidarskie Vorota. It was built in 1848 according to the project of Yalta architect Karl Ivanovich Eshliman in honor of the completion of the construction of the Yalta-Sevastopol highway through the Baydar Pass. According to the author's idea, this architectural structure should serve as a "front entrance" to the territory of the Crimea, to be exact, its southern coast. The Baydar Gate is a mountain pass through the main range of the Crimean Mountains at an altitude of 503 m above sea level, leading from the Baydar valley to the southern coast of the Crimea. It is located between Mount Chelebi (657 m) in the west and Chho-Bair (705 m) in the east .
I. Benditsky, Khaim Duvid Noiakhovich (19th century). II. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg). III. "SoyuzPhoto", the all-union association. Eshliman, Karl Ivanovich (1808 - 1893). Baidar Gate, a monument - Postcards. 2. Postcards in the Presidential Library fund (collection). 3. Territory (collection). 4. The Republic of Crimea: pages of history (collection). 5. Territory of Russia: Crimea, Republic (collection). 6. Crimean mountains (Crimean peninsula) - Postcards. 7. Documentary cards - the USSR - 1917-1941.
ББК 63.3 (2Рос-6Кры) 614я611
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