2014/1(15)

Contents

Cultural Theory

Cultural History

Moskovskaya D.

Cultural Anthropology

Baryshev I.

Mongush M.

Applied Cultural Research

Sanagursky D.

Humanities

Mazur L.

Primochkina N.

Svyatoslavsky A.

Small Encyclopaedia of Culturology

Okorokov A.

Reviews

Yureneva T.

Current Events

Yuryeva T.

 
UDC 62(09):627.86:626.4
Okorokov A.
Forgotten past of invisible present: the history of sluicing Moscow River as the axis forming urban environment

Abstract. In this article on the example of the history of sluicing Moscow River in XIX - XX centuries hydroengineering structures are shown as a special type of extentional (linear) objects of cultural and natural heritage, which preservation is complicated by modern technological changes of the urban environment .

Key words: material culture, historic waterways, the history of Moscow, shipping to Russia, the history of waterworks, hydroengineering structures.


Okorokov Alexandr Vasilievich,
Dr. in History,
Russian Institute for Cultural Research (Moscow),
e-mail: riku@dol.ru

 

Founder
  Russian Scientific
  Research Institute
  for Cultural and
  Natural Heritage
  named after
  D.Likhachev

Publisher
  Russian Scientific
  Research Institute
  for Cultural and
  Natural Heritage
  named after 
  D.Likhachev

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of the mass
information media
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Эл. № ФС77-59205,
date: 03.09.2014

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