Презентация2015Кижи_ENG_25-06-15

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WORLD HERITAGE SITE “KIZHI POGOST”

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Criterion 1 Perceived by people of Karelia as "the true 8 th wonder of the world", Kizhi Pogost is indeed a unique artistic achievement. Not only does it combine two multi-cupola churches and a bell tower within the same enclosure, but also these unusually designed, perfectly proportioned wooden structures are also in perfect harmony with the surrounding landscape.

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Criterion 1 1. The Church of the Transfiguration (1714) 2. The Bell tower (end of XIX c.) 3. The Church of the Intercession (1764) 4. The Fence 1 3 4 2 World heritage site “Kizhi Pogost”

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Criterion 1 Restoration drawings "The Church of the Transfiguration on Kizhi Island". Author A.Opolovnikov. 1948-1949.

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Criterion 4 : Among the five surviving pogosts in the extreme northwest of Russia, Kizhi Pogost offers an outstanding example of an architectural ensemble typical of medieval and post-medieval Orthodox settlements in sparsely populated regions, where missionaries had to cope with far-flung Christian communities and harsh climate. Accessible by land or water, the pogost clustered religious buildings, which could also be used for other occasional purposes; for example the spacious refectory was used as a meeting hall for the village community.

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Criterion 4 Kizhi Pogost pier. 1926.

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2011 — The WHS protection zone boundaries were approved by the Order of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation  2013 — The WHS buffer zone boundaries were approved at the 37th session of the World Heritage Committee Criterion 4 Buffer zone of the WHS Kizhi Pogost

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Criterion 5 The Pogost and the buildings, which had been grouped together to form the museum site in the southern part of Kizhi , are exceptional examples of the traditional wooden architecture of Karelia and, more generally, of that of northern Russia. Russian carpenters, whose fame takes root from the Medieval Novgorod, had carried the art of carpentry to its apogee. It is absolutely essential that ensembles like that of the Kizhi Pogost be preserved for their illustrative value in the history of ancient techniques and for what they tell us about old lifestyles.

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Criterion 5

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Criterion 5

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Strategic goals of the WHS management: 1. Conservation of the Outstanding Universal Value of the WHS; 2. Creation of conditions for the sustainable development of the territory; 3. Achievement of social consensus in conservation, use and sustainable development of the WHS.

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1. Conservation of the Outstanding Universal Value

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1. Conservation of the Outstanding Universal Value

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1. Conservation of the Outstanding Universal Value

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1. Conservation of the Outstanding Universal Value

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2. Sustainable development of the territory

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2. Sustainable development of the territory

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2. Sustainable development of the territory

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2. Sustainable development of the territory

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3. Achievement of social consensus Meeting of village headmen of the Kizhi parish

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http://kizhi.karelia.ru