Typological Varieties of Traditional Slavic Folk Dwelling in the Southeastern Regions of the Russian Federation

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In the given article he characteristics of architecture of the traditional Slavic national dwelling in the Don region , Eastern Azov region and in steppe Ciscaucasia which include architectural and planning, constructive and urban solutions are considered.

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Batyr Yazyev, Stepan V. Litvinov, Anton S. Chepurnenko, Anastasia Lapina and Akay Oksana

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776-779

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D. A. Protopopova, "Typological Varieties of Traditional Slavic Folk Dwelling in the Southeastern Regions of the Russian Federation", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 931, pp. 776-779, 2018

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September 2018

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.2753/aae1061-1959210329