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Arkhangelsk 10 Minutes in the USSR

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Abstract
The film tells about the city of Arkhangelsk, located at the mouth of the Northern Dvina, founded by the Russian Tsar Peter I in the 17th century. Wooden church on the shores of the White Sea. Cathedral. Tower of the Solovetsky Kremlin. Embankment of Arkhangelsk. Monuments: Peter I, victims of the intervention, heroes of the Patriotic War. Children on the beach. City street. Theatre. Children play ball, badminton. Solombalka river. Boats on the river. Wooden house with a weather vane and a turret. Wooden pavement. Zapan in Bobrovo. Rafts on the river, the "S. A. Danilin" steamer. Sawmill. Loading boards into the hold of a steamer. Dock cafe. Steamers from around the world in the port. Loading works. Frozen Northern Dvina. A ship in the ice. An icebreaker paves the way for ships in the White Sea.
Director
R. Goldin
Color
Color
Film ID
21047
Keywords
economic communications
, relaxation
, river transport
, everyday life
, timber industry
, sea transport
, monuments
, cities
Meterage
288
Number of Parts
1
Operators
I. Rogochevsky
Other Creators
Script M. Vitukhovsky
Release Date
1969
Sound
Has Sound

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