Kiev. The Lower Monument to St. Prince Vladimir, at the St. site of 1802 [Izomaterial]: species photography. - Kiev: Lighting by S. V. Kulzhenko, [beg. XX century.]. - Lighting (phototype); 15,3x23,5; 11,1х16,1. - Reference data are established on the edition: Kiev Kulzhenkiv = Kiev Kulzhenko: Photo Album / Victoria Velichko. - К .: Sidorenko VB, 2010. - Below the right is the signature: Svetotechat S.V. Kulzhenko. Kiev. - Monument in the form of a column, supported by a pedestal with three arched slits and crowned with a dome with a cross. - Nested in the folder with zagl. "Views of Kiev" with 11 other species photos. - Horizontal image
1. Territory of Russia (collection). 2. Kiev, city (Ukraine) - beginning. 20 cent. - Species photos.
1. a monument. 2. city. 3. phototype
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It was built in 1802-1808. on the Dnieper slopes by the architect A. Melensky in honor of the return of Kiev Magdeburg law, confirmed by the letter of Alexander I. The monument was built on funds collected by the people of Kiev, and had a double meaning, as evidenced by the inscriptions: "The zeal of Kiev citizenship for affirming the rights of the ancient times sowing the capital by the All-Russian Emperor Alexander I." 1802, September 15 days, "" St. Vladimir the Illuminator of Russia. " After the construction of the monument to the prince on the Vladimir hill, the column was called "The Lower Monument of St. Vladimir." The monument has survived. One of its modern names is a monument to the Magdeburg Law.
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