3 Old Russian Houses: Eclecticism and Modern Combined

Old Russian Houses: Eclecticism and Modern Combined

Posted on March 20, 2014 by team

Bezhetsk is one of the oldest cities in the Tver region. It’s also the place where wonderful houses from the XIX-XX centuries have been preserved. Some of them are like living monuments of Russian architecture, perfectly combining eclectic shapes with elements of modern styles. Pay attention to the carved patterns of the facades.

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3 Responses to “Old Russian Houses: Eclecticism and Modern Combined”

  1. john says:

    I don’t care what anyone say’s those are great buildings.

  2. Jean says:

    RUSSIAN Art-Deco, Who is not falling in LOVE.

  3. Mandea says:

    Beautiful buildings, cheap plastic windows and Chinese doors…C’mon, you Russians are proud people, you can do better than that. Don’t spoil the heritage left to you by your grandparents.

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