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Dyakonova, Tatyana Ivanovna    
The Novgorod Kremlin. General view [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo album] / photo TI Dyakonova, AA Osina, VM Yarosh; sost., graphical concept and design of AA Kassirova; The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. - Electronic graphic data (19 files: 113.5 MB). - Veliky Novgorod, March-May 2012. -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
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Date: March-May 2012
The album includes: a cover-screen saver and 18 photos of the Novgorod Kremlin. The photographs show views of the Kremlin from the side of the river. Volkhov, a view from the Footbridge, a monument to the Millennium of Russia, St. Sophia's Cathedral, Belfry of St. Sophia's Cathedral, Chasposvon, Metropolitan's Tower, Vladimir's Tower.
The Novgorod Kremlin (detinets) was laid on the left bank of the river. Volkhov prince Vladimir Yaroslavovich. The first annalistic mention dates back to 1044. The Kremlin in the period of existence of the Old Russian state is a religious, political and cultural center of the Novgorod land. Currently, the fortress is part of the Novgorod Museum-Reserve, on its territory are historical monuments of the XI-XIX centuries, including the oldest temple in Russia - St. Sophia Cathedral. - The materials of the site were used: "The Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve" (URL: http://novgorodmuseum.ru/muzej-zapovednik/velikij-novgorod/1-novgorodski... .
I. Osin, Andrei Alekseevich. II. Yarosh, Vladimir Mikhailovich. III. Kassirova, Anastasia Alexeevna (1991-). IV. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg) .1. Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve - Photos. 2. Territory (collection). 3. Novgorod Museum-Reserve in the photographs (collection). 4. Territory of Russia: Novgorod Region (collection). 5. Novgorod region: pages of history (collection). 6. Novgorod Kremlin - Photographs. 7. Architectural photographs.
BBC 63.3 (2Ros-4Nov) 64-7y611
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