Heritage at Risk - Special Edition 2006: The Soviet Heritage and Europe Modernism

 

Edited by Jörg Haspel, Michael Petzet, Anke Zalivako and John Ziesemer
(April 2006)


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The Heritage at Risk Special Edition "The Soviet Heritage and European Modernism" is available for download in PDF format. You can either download the full version (PDF, 11.3 MB)or the individual articles below. In order to open the documents, you need to have the Adobe Reader software installed on your computer. If not otherwise noted, the texts are in English.

 

The Soviet Heritage and European Modernism

Initial Statements

I. The International Day for Monuments and Sites 2006 in Moscow - a Summary

II. Heritage Saved from Risk - Case Studies from Moscow and the Former Soviet Union

III. "Heritage at Risk" & Case Studies from Moscow and the Former Soviet Union

IV. World Heritage Sites of the 20th Century ? German Case Studies

V. Moscow - Berlin: Interchanges and Heritage of the 20th Century

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Annexes

 

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