Armenia, Caucaso e Asia Centrale

Armenia, Caucaso e Asia Centrale

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978-88-6969-219-2

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978-88-6969-211-6

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19 Feb 2018

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Trasformazioni architettoniche e urbane nello spazio post-sovietico
Il caso di Tbilisi e Baku

Leone Spita
Università Roma 1
leone.spita@uniroma1.it

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-211-6/008

Submitted 24 Feb 2017
Accepted 04 Mag 2017

Abstract

The Caucasus is a hinge between East and West; a looted border territory for centuries (from Persians to the Turks) and later, under the Soviet regime, it was invested by a violent russification. Despite these vicissitudes, many Caucasian regions managed to keep part of their traditions and their pride kept hidden over the years by necessity. Today the looting of the area continues in a different form. This time by the inhabitants themselves, as well as by foreign construction companies, with the connivance of the great international studies of architecture. In both cases, the reason is that running after the fast modernisation is easy. Tourism is the alibi. And the construction industry is the means.

Keywords
Caucaso. Georgia. Azerbaijan. Tbilisi. Baku. 


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Trasformazioni architettoniche e urbane nello spazio post-sovietico

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Book Chapter

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it

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The Caucasus is a hinge between East and West; a looted border territory for centuries (from Persians to the Turks) and later, under the Soviet regime, it was invested by a violent russification. Despite these vicissitudes, many Caucasian regions managed to keep part of their traditions and their pride kept hidden over the years by necessity. Today the looting of the area continues in a different form. This time by the inhabitants themselves, as well as by foreign construction companies, with the connivance of the great international studies of architecture. In both cases, the reason is that running after the fast modernisation is easy. Tourism is the alibi. And the construction industry is the means.

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Eurasiatica

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2018-02-19

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2017-02-24

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2017-05-04

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http://doi.org/10.14277/6969-211-6/EUR-7-7

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2610-8879

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2610-9433

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978-88-6969-219-2

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978-88-6969-211-6

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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Caucaso

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Georgia

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Azerbaijan

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Tbilisi

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Baku

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