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Venemaa / Russia

Venemaa / Russia

Urmet @ 28.06.2007 12:34 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Tihti leian mingeid hulle asju venamaal toimuvast internetis kuid täpsemat infot nagu ei leiagi...

Üks hull sild koos imelike kõrvalhoonetega:
http://fishki.net/comment.php?id=22798

Maailma suurimad asjad kõik ühel krundil!

Urmet @ 26.09.2008 16:13 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Tekst asja juures:

In this drawing, the artist has shown how the “Palace of the Soviets,” now under construction in Moscow, will compare in height with the Empire State building, in New York City, at present the world’s tallest structure, and with Europe’s tallest, the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The Palace of the Soviets will be completed in 1942 and, including the stainless steel statue of Lenin ©n top, will be the world’s tallest and most spacious building. The main hall will seat 25,000 and another hall will seat 6,000. The ceiling of the interior dome will be 300 feet high. The building will be serviced by 120 elevators, 60 escalators, and will contain halls, clubs, galleries, museums, and will house government archives.

(Sep, 1939)

Igatahes asja hakati ehitamagi 1932 aastal selleks õhku lastud maailma suurima ortodokse kiriku varemetele nagu kombekas oli. Juba vaid prahi kopristamine võttis aega terve aasta. Jõuti kaks aastat sellega tegeleda kuni tuli teine maailmasõda peale ning siis tulid teised prioriteedid. Vundament, mis valminud oli, muudeti maailma suurimaks välibasseiniks. Kui nõukogude venemaa kokku varises siis ehitati nüüd selle asemele jälle kirik.

Katedraali ajalugu:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathedral_of_Christ_the_Saviour_%28Moscow%29

Hr Jaanus Piirsalu blog ja "Kirjad Venemaalt"

Taavi @ 03.01.2009 14:47 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Kirjad Venemaalt
Jaanus Piirsalu
See on reportaažiraamat kohtadest, kuhu olen Venemaal sattunud alates 2007. aasta jaanuarist, kui asusin seal tööle Eesti Päevalehe väliskorrespndendina. Põhiliselt on need lood Siberist ja Kaukaasiast, kus olen kõige rohkem käinud. Seadsin eesmärgiks näidata just Venemaa provintside elu. Kuna Moskva on midagi muud kui ülejäänud Venemaa, siis olen Moskva raamatust teadlikult välja jätnud. Ainus Moskvas toimunud sündmus on Eesti saatkonna piiramine Kremli-meelsete noorteliikumiste poolt aprillis-mais 2007.

http://www.apollo.ee/product.php/3281779

http://jaanuspiirsalu.blogspot.com/

Ajakiri New Times avaldas viimases numbris vahva graafiku sellest, kuidas on muutunud keskmise palga ja viinapudeli hinna suhe Venemaal alates 70-ndatest kuni tänaseni. Kui 1970-ndatel maksis viin nende andmetel 3 rubla ja 62 kopikat ja keskmine palk oli 125 rubla, siis sai järelikult palga aast 34 pudelit viina. 1980-ndate alguses sai keskmise palga aast 41 pudelit viina, 1990-ndate alguses 38 pudelit, 2000. aastal 69, 2007. aastal jub 202 pudelit ja tänavu saaks 189 pudelit. Elu on ikka kõvasti paremaks läinud võrreldes Brežnevi ajaga :)

Lenini Mausoleum

Urmet @ 10.12.2009 13:42 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


Mida ei teadnudki siis ju enne laibakambri püsti seadmist korraldati ka üleliiduline arhitektuurikonkruss. Selle osavõtutöid näeb osaliselt siin.

Taavi @ 10.12.2009 14:08 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Lenini mausoleumi lugu on ja päris huvitav:

On the night of January 23, architect Aleksey Shchusev was given a task to complete within three days: design and build a tomb to accommodate all those who wanted to say their goodbyes to Lenin. On January 26, the decision was made to place the tomb in Red Square by the Kremlin Wall. By January 27, Shchusev built a tomb out of wood and at 4 p.m. that day they placed Lenin's coffin in it. More than 100,000 people visited the tomb within a month and a half. By August 1924, Shchusev upgraded the tomb to a bigger version. The architect Konstantin Melnikov designed Lenin's sarcophagus.

In 1929, it was established that it would be possible to preserve Lenin’s body for a much longer period of time. Therefore, it was decided to exchange the wooden mausoleum with the one made of stone (architects Aleksey Shchusev, I.A. Frantsuz, and G.K. Yakovlev). They used marble, porphyry, granite, labradorite, and other construction materials. In October 1930, the construction of the stone tomb was finished. In 1973, sculptor Nikolai Tomsky designed a new sarcophagus.

by Lenins Mausoleum Wiki

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Jaanus Piirsalu blogist selline monument:

Promm @ 10.12.2009 16:48 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Too esimene pilt ei ole mausoleumi kavand, see on Moskva Nõukogude Maja projekt, sinna on isegi kirjutatud "dvorets sovetov sssr"

Urmet @ 10.12.2009 18:20 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


Jaa, väga terane!
Ma tegelt sealt saidilt suht suvalt lisades panin ise ka tähele aga siis ei viitsinud enam muutma hakata.
Ja laiskus jätkub...

industriaalmaastikud

Urmet @ 02.10.2010 14:09 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Magnitka. Operator reel. from Sasha Aleksandrov on Vimeo.



Shot in Magnitogorsk. The footage was edited in precise correspondence with the sequence of technical operations in sheet metal manufacturing at the Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Factory. The result is a serious film with deeply transcendent subject matter.

Magnitogorsk

Taavi @ 02.10.2010 16:21 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

See oli tõesti suurepärane videoklipp Magnitogorski metallitööstusest.

The rapid development of Magnitogorsk stood at the forefront of Joseph Stalin's Five-Year Plans in the 1930s. It was a showpiece of Soviet achievement. Huge reserves of iron ore in the area made it a prime location to build a steel plant capable of challenging its Western rivals. However, a large proportion of the workforce, as ex-peasants, typically had few industrial skills and little industrial experience. To solve these issues, several hundred foreign specialists arrived to direct the work, including a team of architects headed by the German Ernst May.

... exported those ideas to Soviet Union cities, newly created under Stalinist rule. It is said May's "brigade" of German architects and planners established twenty cities in three years, including Magnitogorsk. May's travels left him a stateless person when the Nazis seized German rule, and he spent many years in African exile before returning to Germany near the end of his life.

Albert Kahn 1869 - 1942

Taavi @ 13.02.2011 18:07 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Elu Venemaa uuslinnades 1920. aastate lõpus ja 1930. aastate alguses
13.02.2011
Müstiline Venemaa

The Russian government invited Kahn to participate in building 521 factories in 21 cities in 1928. They began the order with a $40,000,000 tractor plant and an outline for two billion dollars worth of other buildings. A dozen were designed in Detroit, but Kahn technicians trained 4,000 Soviet engineers in Russia, Kahn could take on this work load because he had an efficient office, employed about 400 people, and worked with incredible speed. For example, when he designed the Republic Steel plant, eleven days after the sketches were started, working drawings were sent out for steel fabrication. Shocking his colleagues, he once claimed that architecture was 90 percent business and 10 percent art. In 1929 he was doing considerably more than a million dollars worth of work per week. By 1937 Kahn had designed over a thousand buildings for the Ford Motor Company alone. Among these was the subject plant. The tie between Ford and his Jewish architect was so strong, that even during Henry Ford's anti-semitic publications in the early 1920s, the building partnership between the two held. Biographer Nevins claimed that Kahn, though hurt and indignant, felt Ford's error was rooted in ignorance.

http://www.fordmotorhistory.com

One of the most prolific architects in American history, Albert Kahn designed well over 1,000 buildings in his lifetime, undertaking an extraordinary variety of commissions, including some of the largest manufacturing plants ever constructed. Kahn possessed a number of personal traits that elicited a startling degree of professional loyalty amongst his clients,particularly the moguls Henry Ford, Henry B. Joy, Walter P. Chrysler, and the Fisher Brothers, who presided over Detroit's blossoming auto industry of the first half of the twentieth century.

Kahn was a pragmatic designer, attached to no single stylistic, structural, or organizational approach. As an accomplished collaborator, he set the standard amongst architects for assembling diverse teams of experts. He possessed tremendous energy and clarity of focus. And he could manage effectively, completing projects on time and within budget. These bottom-line, administrative skills impressed Ford and Detroit's other competitive automotive capitalists.

University Michigan

Rob Hornstra

Taavi @ 27.10.2012 12:38 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

SURF IN SIBERIA

Urmet @ 30.06.2014 08:56 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Surf video "Surf in Siberia" part one "Winter" from Liberty Films studio. Filmed in Kamchatka Russia. With Anton Morozov, Konstantin Kokorev, Elisey Gladnikov. 
This is story not about big waves, this is the stories about people who live the waves! The stories about real life, about happiness and feel free! The stories only about Russian surfers and waves. We will visit Murmansk, Kaliningrad, Saint Petersburg, Vladivostok, Kurill islands and may be Baikal and Kommandor islands. 

 

SURF IN SIBERIA from Kokorev Konstantin on Vimeo.