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White Stone Chronicle of Ancient Russia

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Abstract
The film tells about the white-stone architecture of the 12th-13th centuries of Vladimir-Suzdal Rus. Landscapes of fields in early autumn, forests of the Suzdal land. Suzdal Kremlin. Assumption Cathedral. Rozhdestvensky monastery. Vladimir city. People, transport on the streets of the city. Vladimir Drama Theater. Golden Gate. The city of Pereyaslavl-Zalessky. Transfiguration Cathedral. Church of Boris and Gleb. Churches of the village of Kidekshi. Assumption Cathedral in Vladimir. Restorers at work. Cathedral interior. Frescoes. Dmitrovsky Cathedral. The city of Yuryev-Polsky. St. George's Cathedral. Cathedral interior. Collection of human masks. The village of Bogolyubovo. Church of the Intercession on the Nerl. The interior of the temple. Russian landscape with a disc of the setting sun. Wooden church in Suzdal, city streets. Trading area. Wooden open-air museum. The Cross Chamber in the Suzdal Kremlin. Spaso-Efimievsky monastery. Intercession Monastery.
Director
V. Dvinsky
Color
Color
Film ID
25791
Keywords
urban transport
, religion
, museums
, theatre
, cities
, monuments of history and architecture
Meterage
660
Number of Parts
3
Operators
E. Nebylitsky
Other Creators
Screenplay V. Yakovlev
Release Date
1978
Sound
Has Sound

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