Crimea. Simeiz. Diva and Monk

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Crimea. Simeiz. Diva and Monk [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [postcard]. - Electronic data (2 files: 3 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2014). -
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Electronic reproduction of the open letter: Crimea. Simeiz. Diva and Monk [IsoMaterial]. Moscow: Izd. The counterparties of the press, [between 1922 and 1933] (Mezzotsinto F. Vershacky). 1 card: phototype. No. 47. Glavlit No. 91 589. Tyr. 4000. On the back - a stamp in ink. Location: Children's Memorial Museum, St. Petersburg.
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On the postcard photo of the rocks Diva and Monk, located on the coast of Simeiz. The Rock of Diva is a spur of the Crimean mountains surrounded by the sea, projecting over the surface of the water by 53 meters. Its outlines resemble a girl emerging from the sea. In the Middle Ages, there was a guard fortification on the rock - an observation post, now there is a special platform, on which a stone staircase leads in 260 steps. Between the rock Diva and the shore is a rock Monk - a pillar-shaped block resembles a human figure in a long garment with a hood on its head. The earthquake of 1927 and the strongest January storm of 1931 became fatal for Monk - the monolith collapsed into several pieces. Today instead of Monk huge boulders resemble a stone flower. - The materials of the site "Journal" Crimea "are used (http: //xn--80alndgcuev0g.xn--p1ai/bolshaya_yalta/gory_i_perevaly_bolshoj_yalty/312-skala-diva-i-monah.html) .
I. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg). II. All-Union Printing Contractor. Territory of Russia: Crimea, Republic (collection). 2. The Republic of Crimea: pages of history (collection). 3. Postcards in the Presidential Library fund (collection). 4. Simeiz, an urban-type settlement (Crimea) - Postcards. 5. Crimean mountains (Crimean peninsula) - Postcards. 6. Documentary cards - the USSR - 1917-1941.
ББК 63.3 (4Укр-6Кры) 61я611
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Original storage: Children's postcard museum
Publisher изд. Контрагентства печати
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