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Leonid Pavlov


born 1909

Leonid Nikolaevich Pavlov (1909 - 1990) was a student of Ivan Leonidov.
He was one of the most important architects of Soviet modernism of the 1960's - 1980's. He constructed 1970 the Gosplan Computing Center in Moscow, 1978 the Automotive Service Center in Moscow, 1980 the Central Institute of..

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Between 1932 and 1965 during Soviet rule, a picturesque retreat for the Writers’ Union of Armenia was built on the sprawling shore of Lake Sevan outside the nearby capital of Yerevan. The two buildings that form the Sevan Writers’ Resort—the guest house (1932-1935) and the lounge (1963-1965) were..

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The chess house is located in Yerevan, Armenia on Khanjyan street within the Circular Park of the Kentron district. Officially it is named after Tigran Petrosian, former world chess champion, in 1984 and it is the centre of sport of chess in Yerevan. It was opened in 1970. The architect of the..

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Komitas Chamber Music House is a concert hall in Yerevan, Armenia, located on Isahakyan street at the Circular Park of Kentron district. It was designed by artist Stepan Kyurkchyan and constrcuted by engineer Eduard Khzmalyan.

The music hall was opened in October 1977. It is listed among the..

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Yerevan Cascade

Yerevan, Armenia
by Jim Torosyan

Yerevan Cascade is a 302-meter long and 50-meter wide longitudinal complex that covers an area of 13 hectares. It is an architectural heritage dating from Soviet Armenia which connects Yerevan's city center with a hilltop Victory Park. Its north-south orientation makes the complex a part of the..

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Institute of Stone and Silicates is an 11- story building built in the era of Soviet Modernism. It is named by the Research Institute of Stone and Silicates established in 1961 which studies natural stone materials and silicate raw materials, their use in construction, chemical structures and..

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