Small and Historic Towns in Zabaikalye: Sretensk, Aksha

  • Nikolai Kradin RAACS; Pacific Ocean State University

Abstract

Basing on his study of archival and literature sources, field observations and photofixation, the author explores architecture of the so-called small and historic settlements in Zabaikalye, the
frontier earth fortification in Aksha, and Sretensk, which celebrated its 330th anniversary in 2019. The author studies the planning, compositional and stylistic peculiarities of architecture of the given settlements and analyses the most architecturally interesting structures and specific decorations of wooden houses.

References

Entsiklopediya Zabaikalya: Chitinskaya oblast [Encyclopedia of Zabaikalye: Chita Oblast]. (2006). Vol. IV (S-Ya). Novosibirsk: Nauka.

Kradin, N. P. (2002). Zabaikalskie fortetsii [Zabaikalye fortresses]. In Arkheologiya i kulturnaya antropologiya Dalnego Vostoka i Tsentralnoi Asii. Vladivostok: DVO RAN.

Malaya entsiklopediya Zabaikalya: Arkhitektura i stroitelstvo [Small Encyclopedia of Zabaikalye: Architecture and Construction]. (2016).
How to Cite
KRADIN, Nikolai. Small and Historic Towns in Zabaikalye: Sretensk, Aksha. project baikal, Russian Federation, n. 61, p. 67-79, aug. 2019. ISSN 2309-3072. Available at: <http://www.projectbaikal.com/index.php/pb/article/view/1504>. Date accessed: 22 nov. 2019.
Published
2019-08-29