Bolshaya Vladimir and Opera Theater

Bolshaya Vladimir and Opera Theater [Izomaterial] = Bolchaїa Vladimirskaїa et l'Оpera: species photography. - Stockholm: Shareholder. Granberg Island, [the beginning. XX century.]. - Phototype; 12x18; 8,7x13,6. - View of the facade of the theater with posters and part of the street in front of him. - Nested in the folder with zagl. "Кіев - Кіеv" with 23 other species photos. - The image is horizontal. - The street is named after the great prince of Kiev, Vladimir Svyatoslavovich. Today it originates from Andreevsky descent and Desyatinnaya street, ends at Korolenkovskaya street. The old part of the Great Vladimir Street - from the Andreevsky descent to the Golden Gate - arose in the period of Kievan Rus. On Bolshaya Vladimirskaya street there were architectural buildings (many of which have survived to our days) and historical institutions of the mid-19th - early 20th centuries. The current name of the street is Vladimirskaya. The theater was built in 1901 in the style of the French Renaissance by the architect V. Schreter in place of the theater that burned down in 1896. The new theater had 1,667 seats for spectators and had one of the largest theater scenes in the Russian Empire (44 x 17 m ). In the 1980s. reconstruction of the theater. Today there is the National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater of Ukraine. T. Shevchenko (National Opera of Ukraine) .
1. The Opera House (Kiev, city, Ukraine) - beg. 20 cent. -- Photo. 2. Territory of Russia (collection). 3. Kiev - the beginning. 20 cent. - Species photo. 4. Vladimirskaya Street (Kiev, city) - beginning. 20 cent. -- Photo. 5. Photos are documentary.
1. The street. 2. city. 3. Phototype. 4. Theater
BBK 63.3 (4Ukr-2Kyiv) 533y61
BBK 85.163 (4Ukr)
BBK 85.33 (4Ukr-2Kyiv) 53y61
Source of electronic copy: National Parliamentary Library of Ukraine
Location of original material: National Parliamentary Library of Ukraine
Publisher Акционер. О-во Гранберга
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