Kerch. The Imperial Mound

Kerch. The Tsar's Mound [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: from a photograph of Bernstein: [postcard]. - Electronic data (2 files: 2.6 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2014). -
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Electronic reproduction of the open letter: Kerch. The royal burial mound [Izomaterial]: from a photograph of Bernstein. [Between 1904 and 1909]. 1 card: phototype. A 2353 10. On the form of the Universal Postal Union. On the reverse side - a stamp inks, inscriptions. Location: Children's Memorial Museum, St. Petersburg.
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On the postcard photo of the entrance to the Tsar's Mound - a monument of funerary architecture of the IV century BC. e., the tomb of one of the members of the dynasty of the Spartacides, who ruled the Bosporus kingdom in 438-109. BC. e. Located in the suburbs of Kerch in the village of Aji-Mushkai near the entrance to the Adzhimushkay quarries. It was opened in 1837. Tsar's Mound is a unique historical monument and has no analogues in the world. It is part of the East-Crimean Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve .
I. Bernstein, VS (Photographer). II. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg). III. Universal Postal Union. East-Crimean Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve (Kerch, city) - 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. Documentary cards - Russia - 1904-1909.
BBC 63.3 (28-8Tav) 53n611
BBK 79.147.16 (28-8Tav) i611
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