An interactive map of monuments of constructivism in the former Soviet Union has become available on Tuesday on the website of The Constructivist Project.
A catalogue of the architectural heritage of the Soviet avant-garde, covering the territory from Minsk to Vladivostok and from Murmansk to Almaty, was the first public project of this scale dedicated to urban environment of 1920-1930s, the message published on the website reads.
More than one thousand objects have been included in the database, among which there are special buildings and complexes, monuments and small architectural forms. In addition, it also includes both buildings with conservation status and without it.
Now, the map contains information about the monuments of the Soviet avant-garde in 50 cities of the former USSR.