places of strength

Project Baikal. 2017;14(52):77-77 DOI 10.7480/projectbaikal.52.1169


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Journal Title: Project Baikal

ISSN: 2307-4485 (Print); 2309-3072 (Online)

Publisher: Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences

Society/Institution: Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences

LCC Subject Category: Fine Arts: Architecture

Country of publisher: Russian Federation

Language of fulltext: Russian

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Elena Grigoryeva (RAACS; Union of Architects of Russia; IAAM)


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Time From Submission to Publication: 13 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

Nature is the ace of trumps used by regions in the struggle for human capital assets. The unique Mana and Stolby in the Krasnoyarsk region, widely famous Sheregesh in the Mountain Shoria and Teletskoe Lake in Altai, as well as Tunka valley, Arshan, Zhemchug and Nilova Pustyn frequented by people from Buryatia and the Irkutsk region. And, certainly, Baikal, a world-famous priceless reservoir of fresh water and a magic attractor. Hundreds of thousands of people go on pilgrimages to the places of strength, not knowing how to do without such visits. They come there to stand still in the face of our eternal teacher, Nature.