The Yaroslavl word

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Yaroslavl word [Video: electronic resource]: [documentary] / film crew: Igor Klimentyev and others; CJSC "Politkovskiy's Studio". - Electronic data (1 video file: 324.9 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2013). - (The cycle "Monastery walls"). -
System requirements: 1 GHz or higher; RAM 512 MB or higher; Windows; Windows Media Player; video adapter; sound card.
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
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On the title page: Alexander Politkovskiy's studio presents the film from the cycle Monastery walls Yaroslavl word.
Duration: 25 minutes 59 seconds. In the top right corner of each frame the TV channel brand: "365".
Original resource: Yaroslavl word: [documentary] / film crew: Igor Klimentyev and others; CJSC "Politkovskiy's Studio". Moscow: Russian Historical Canal LLC, 2007. A file in avi format on hard disk.
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A film from the series "Monastery walls" from the collection of documentaries of the Russian Historical Channel. The film tells the story of the Yaroslavl Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery in the context of the all-Russian history. Particular attention is paid to the role of the monastery in the development of Russian culture, in particular, book business and education, as well as the discovery in the monastery of a monument of Russian literature of the XII century - "The Lay of Igor's Host" .
I. Klimentyev, Igor. II. "Russian Historical Channel", Limited Liability Company (Moscow). III. "Politkovskiy's Studio", Closed Joint-Stock Company (Moscow) .1. Yaroslavl Savior-Transfiguration Monastery - Documentary films. 2. Yaroslavl State Historical, Architectural and Art Museum-Reserve - Documentary films. 3. Power (collection). 4. Territory (collection). 5. "The Lay of Igor's Host" (a monument of ancient Russian literature) - Documentary films. 6. Documentary films.
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Electronic copy source: Russian Historical Channel
Location on map of original: Russian Historical Channel
Издательство ООО "Русский Исторический Канал"
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