Mikhailovsky Rise with a general view of Podil. rus
Mikhailovskiy ascent with a general view of Podol. [Izomaterial] = Fénicalaire Michailowsky avec la vue générale sur Podol: species photo. - Kiiv, [the beginning. XX century.]. - Phototype; 19.5x28; 13,9x19,4. - (Views of Kiev). - From the photograph of Gudshaon and Gubchev. - The image is horizontal. - View of the Mikhailovsky Rise (funicular) with a moving car with a perspective on Podil
1. Territory of Russia (collection). 2. Funiculars - Kiev, city (Ukraine) - Photographs. 3. Podil (Kiev, city, Ukraine) - Photographs. 4. Landscape photos.
The Mikhailovsky Rise (funicular) connected Podol and Upper Town. The idea of its creation belonged to engineer A. Abrahamson. It was built in 1902-1905. on the project of engineer N. Pyatnitsky and architect A. Baryshnikov. Inaugurated on May 7, 1905 The length of the lift is 200 m. The funicular consists of a special railroad track, the upper and lower stations with landing areas and wagons, which are driven by cables. Now it is reconstructed and continues to be used.
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