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Re: Russian Manor houses restoration and preservation
« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2007, 04:10:13 AM »
Thank you very much Margarita!

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« Reply #17 on: November 03, 2008, 11:08:02 AM »
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Re: Russian Manor houses restoration and preservation
« Reply #18 on: November 03, 2008, 11:33:15 AM »
Many thanks Natali! Your research and publications are incredible! I was excited to see your photographs of V.I. Taneev’s Demyanova.

Большое спасибо Натали! Ваши исследования и публикации являются невероятно! Я был рады видеть ваши фотографии В.И. Танеев Демьянова.

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Re: Russian Manor houses restoration and preservation
« Reply #19 on: November 07, 2008, 10:45:41 AM »
Спасибо Joanna!
Я отдала изучению Русской усадьбы 12 лет, и написала несколько книг на эту тему... Судьба их, к сожалению, весьма трагична!

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Re: Russian Manor houses restoration and preservation
« Reply #20 on: April 07, 2009, 08:30:50 AM »




The restoration of the Ismailovski park will begin after  archeological excavations .The reconstruction provides to rescrate old streets, yards, historic gardens; the area concerned is  of 450 hectares.Palaces "Izmailovo" and Terletsky should be rebuilt at this occasion.

"Moscow authorities plan archeological excavations on the area of the nature and history park of Izmailovo.
     
      Archeologists will work on the site of the presently lost gardens, yards and other objects of the 17th century. Here they intend to restore the historical monument “Strokinskoe Fortification” and carry out all necessary restoration works in Izmailovo Island. The city authorities also plan to reconstruct alleys of Vladimir highway and set up 19th century road signs on it.
     
      As preventive measures, railings will be set up over the distance of 30 thousand meters, and decorative protective plantations will be restored along the road and the park boundaries. "
     



http://www.russia-ic.com/news/show/7981/

http://www.izvestia.ru/moscow/article3125547/

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Re: Russian Manor houses restoration and preservation
« Reply #21 on: June 19, 2009, 06:45:08 PM »
Kouzminiski field will be wholly restored including the reconstruction of its 18th village, tradition of aristocratics balls, garden parties,villagers feasts are planned to be revive there.

The great cathedral Ste Anne of Moscow will be soonly opend after its reconstruction (architect Kazakov, destruction in 1930)


  

 http://www.vesti-moscow.ru/rnews.html?id=46510&cid=15


One the most prominent beauty of Ancient Moscow, vanished after the revolution will be regave to life in center of Moscow, the church of Assumption.



























 http://www.archnadzor.ru/?p=1129  
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Re: Russian Manor houses restoration and preservation
« Reply #22 on: June 25, 2009, 11:51:59 AM »
I can't wait to see this church restored!  I've long thought it was one of the greatest architectural losses of Moscow.  My understanding is that there is a park there now which is named for the architect of the church.  The Soviets admired his great skill, but destroyed his masterpiece because it was a religious structure.  I guess honoring an architect by destroying his work but memorializing his name made sense in Communist Russia. 

Thanks for the great news, Vassia!  Keep us posted, please.