June 2018


«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 2(62) June 2018

Theory of architecture

Zhuravleva Ekaterina O.

Doctoral student.
Research supervisor: Professor V.I.Semenova, Doctor of Cultural Studies.
Tyumen State Institute of Culture.
Tyumen, Russia, e-mail: eka.divnich@gmail.com


The article considers the history of emergence of pedestrian streets in historical cities, reviews pedestrian streets using the examples of Prague and of some Russian cities and identifies prospects for the development of the pedestrian Dzerzhinsky Street in Tyumen. The results of the study suggest actions needed to ensure successful functioning of this street.

Key words: pedestrian streets, public spaces, historical centre


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Russian text of this article

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