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Architecture in Russia, the Ukraine, and Uzbekistan

(sample slide collection)

This module is part of the Virtual Geography Department Project and has been prepared for the Infrastructure Issues Working Group of the Project. These materials may be used for study, research, and education, but please credit the authors and source: Richard A. Montgomery and Shannon Crum, The Virtual Geography Department Project , The University of Texas at Austin.

All commercial rights reserved. Copyright 1996 by The Virtual Geography Department.

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Facts of Publication

Abstract: This module contains a sample slide collection. This particular slide-set contains 22 slides taken in Russia in the summers of 1989,1990 and 1991. They include scenes from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev, Rostov-on-Don, and Bukara.

Table of Contents:

Module Overview

Figure 1. Moscow, Russia. St. Basil's Cathedral

Figure 2. Moscow, Russia. St. Basil's Cathedral.

Figure 3. Moscow, Russia. Red Square.

Figure 4. Moscow, Russia. Lomonosov University.

Figure 5. Moscow, Russia. Smolensky Cathedral.

Figure 6. Moscow, Russia. Arbat Street.

Figure 7. Moscow, Russia. Apartment complex.

Figure 8. St. Petersberg, Russia. Petodvorets.

Figure 9. St. Petersberg, Russia. The State Hermitage.

Figure 10. St. Petersberg, Russia. Dvortsovaya Ploshchad.

Figure 11. St. Petersberg, Russia. Apartment Complex.

Figure 12. Kiev, Ukraine. St. George's Church.

Figure 13. Kiev, Ukraine. The Golden Gate.

Figure 14. Kiev, Ukraine. A reconstruction of a Russian Orthodox Church.

Figure 15. Kiev, Ukraine. Folk Architecture Museum.

Figure 16. Kiev, Ukraine. The Pecherskaya Lavra Bell Tower.

Figure 17. Kiev, Ukraine.

Figure 18. Rostov-on-Don, Ukraine. Lage Cathedral.

Figure 19. Bukara, Uzbekistan.

Figure 20. Bukara, Uzbekistan. The Bolo Khauz Mosque.

Figure 21. Bukara, Uzbekistan. The "Mir-Arab" Mosque.

Figure 22. Bukhara, Uzbekistan. The entrance to the Ark.

Supporting Materials

Notes on Active Pedagogy

Evaluation and Comments

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Created 10/12/96 by Shannon Crum. Last updated 10/16/96 by slc.