The Isset Hotel
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... collective laundry, shopping facilities and kindergartens were all designed to be at the heart of a constructivist building or complex of buildings.
Constructivist architecture had its foundations in the utopian debates that rejected ideas of art for pure art's sake in favor of art as a tool for change, utilitarian, a practice for social movements. It flowed out of the ideas that produced cubism and went on to not only influence architectural trends such as ...
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... church is lovely but it's not what we are here to see, behind the church is the Nevyansk Leaning Tower. It is 57.5 metres tall and has a vertical deviation of 2.2 meters to the south-west. Strangely enough after extensive studies of the building and its foundations, it appears to have been built leaning, rather than to have fallen in time, though the reason for this is unknown. We head up the tower and find secret rooms , whilst being told of a ...
... then took us through the city pointing out disused factories, which previously churned out weapons such as tanks, and soviet era workers' housing - blocks of drab and dreary looking apartments. (Her own apartment block in contrast, which she pointed out later, was in the inner city in a very pleasant area facing the river.) Of all the places we visited, Yekaterinburg (along with St Petersburg) would be well worth another visit, exploring it more ...
... some provisions.
My train was at 17.39.
Armed with backpack, rucksack and two carrier bags of dried noodles, soups and fruit, I thanked Katia for my stay and headed for the train station.
After an hour on the train, i noticed that the clouds had disappeared to give way to blue sky and sunshine.
I'm not bothered now though.
The train was warm and cozy.
I got settled down for my 50 hour journey to ...