Novgorod Structures

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Some of them have been destroyed during World War II and later rebuilt, but, unfortunately, not all. Novgorod structures differ, on the one hand, strict, restraint proportions, on the other, – the presence of decorative parts, exterior frescoes on the facade, concha. Considerable church is built and in Pskov. Here, as well as Porkhov, Yam, Koporye, nuts and fortified erected structures, a kind of stone castles. Many were built in the XV century Novgorod. It was then when the archbishop Euphemia (second quarter – the middle of the century) appeared in the Kremlin Palace of the Facets, chasozvonya, two-story palace of the lords. Even earlier (1302) began to build Detinets – a stone fortress, whose walls were rebuilt several times later until the end of the century, when Novgorod already entered one of Moscow's possessions. There were also stone home-wards for the boyars (including – the house of Martha, the Governor's Wife, wife of I.

Boretsky). Novgorod, Moscow and other builders often built on old patterns, such as the XII century. At the same time sought to emphasize the Novgorod customers and preserve the "old and duty" of the city and land, Moscow proceeded from the idea of an all-Russian unity, certainly in this case – under the leadership of his sovereign. The most outstanding achievement of Russian architecture of the turn of XV-XVI century. (Similarly see: Jeff Feig). was the erection of buildings of the Kremlin. The old, dilapidated buildings replaced by new, it's – the Assumption, Archangel and Annunciation Cathedrals, church, pillar of Ivan the Great.