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Names on the Map To Kamchatka

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Abstract
The film tells about the pioneers of the Kamchatka Peninsula - Vladimir Atlasov and Stepan Krasheninnikov, about their difficult routes, about how at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th centuries, through their efforts, for the first time, a map was drawn up and the Kamchatka region was described. The film includes the following filming: 1 part. Types of the historical and architectural reserve - Kolomenskoye, the way out of the expedition members who decided to follow the route of S. Krasheninnikov's expedition; advance into the interior of the peninsula; life of the inhabitants of Kamchatka: women butcher and dry fish, general view of the flora of the peninsula, the Golygina river. 2 part. Advancement of the expedition along the coast of the sea, along the Krestovaya river, the view of the cross put by V. Atlasov in 1697, the general view of the Verkhne-Kamchatka prison - now the local history museum, the museum staff acquaints the members of the expedition with the exhibits: general view of a fishing vessel at sea; view of the Kuril Lake (filmed from a helicopter). 3 part. Landscapes of Kamchatka: hills, rocks on the seashore, birds on rocks, fish splashing in the water, sea lion rookery, sea lions jumping into the water; general view of a thermal spring, geothermal station: volcanic eruption; performance of the Karyak dance ensemble; general view of one of the villages.
Director
B. Goldenblanc
Color
Color
Film ID
33682
Keywords
energy
, fishing
, architecture
, everyday life
, sea transport
, museums
, settlements
, animal world
, landscapes
, geography
, music
Meterage
856,8
Number of Parts
3
Operators
Y. Shuplyakov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1987
Sound
Has Sound

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