2 edition of City planning in Russia found in the catalog.
City planning in Russia
F. W. Skinner
by University Microfilms
Written in English
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Many visionaries of the period sought an ideal city, yet practical considerations of adequate sanitation, movement of goods and people, and provision of amenities also drove the desire for planning.Get this from a library! The transformation of urban space in post-Soviet Russia. [Konstantin Axenov; Isolde Brade; Evgenij Bondarchuk] -- "In the years sincethe societies of Russia and Eastern Europe have undergone a remarkable transformation from socialism to democracy and free market capitalism.
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The cities built on their planning principles were appallingly ugly and unlivable. They were environmentally sustainable only so long as communism kept.