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Architects of Our City, publication series

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ARCHITECTS OF OUR CITY, the series of publications about outstanding architects of St. Petersburg - Leningrad published by the Leningrad Publishing House from 1971. The series contains books about the life and work of S. I. Chevakinsky, M. G. Zemtsov, F. Rastrelli, А. Rinaldi, Y. М. Velten, A. N. Voronikhin, L. Rusca, I. E. Starov, Ch. Cameron, N. A. Lvov, J. F. Thomas de Thomon, V. P. Stasov, А. А. Montferrand, A. P. Bryullov, K. A. Ton, М. Е. Messmacher, V. A. Schreter, N. A. Trotsky among others. Creations of many architects became the object for monographic research work for the first time. All in all 29 books were published in the series; many outstanding specialists in the history of St. Petersburg were among the authors: V. G. Lisovsky, M. V. Iogansen, V. G. Isachenko, D. A. Kyuchariants, G. A. Ol, A. N. Petrov, T. A. Petrova, T. A. Slavina, T. E. Tyzhnenko, V. K. Shuysky. A three-volume edition of Architects of St. Petersburg [The 18th century, St. Petersburg, 1997; The 19th Century to the Beginning of the 20th Centuries, St. Petersburg, 1998; The 20th Century. St. Petersburg, 2000].

V. A. Frolov.

Bryullov Boris Pavlovich
Cameron Charles
Chevakinsky Savva Ivanovich
Felten Yury (Georg Friedrich) Matveevich
Iogansen M.V.
Kyuchariants Julietta Arturovna
Lvov Nikolay Alexandrovich
Messmacher Maximilian Egorovich
Montferrand Auguste Augustovich (Henri Louis Auguste Leger Ricard de)
Petrov Anatoly Nikolaevich
Rastrelli Francesco de
Rinaldi Antonio
Rusca Luigi (Aloisy Ivanovich)
Schreter Viktor Alexandrovich
Starov Ivan Egorovich
Stasov Vasily Petrovich
Thomas de Thomon Jean-Francois
Ton Konstantin Andreevich
Trotsky Noy Abramovich
Voronikhin Andrey Nikiforovich
Zemtsov Mikhail Grigorievich

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