More Yekaterinburg landmarks receive QR codes
Included in the newest batch of coded landmarks is the Ural Scientific Chemical Institute building designed by acclaimed architect K.T. Babykin with additional adornments by S.V. Dombrovsky. Representatives from the ministry of public property said that the building, located on Vosmoye Marta St., is a telling example of the functional yet opulent style characterized in Soviet neoclassical architecture, according to Ural Business Consulting.
Additionally, the ministry has also coded a five-story residential home situated on Vosmoye Marta St. Built in the early 1930s, the building showcases the duality of modern construction techniques of the time blended seamlessly with elements of large traditional estates, Ural Business Consulting reports.
- Ural Airlines modifies rewards program
- Exhibition to celebrate Tchaikovsky's birthday
- Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts hosts first StartUp Design Week
- URFU hosts annual natural history festival
- Robocenter added to map of important robotics centers
- Sverdlovsk housing market prices increase
- Volschansk Mechanical Plant expanding product range
- Sverdlovsk Regional Entrepreneurship Support Fund to accept applications for CMEF
- Over 4,500 residents have already lost jobs this year in Sverdlovsk
- USMU accepting Global Education program applicants