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Description Зодчий : журнал архитектурный и художественно-технический, орган С.-Петербургского [Петроградского] общества архитекторов / Отв. ред. В. В. Эвальд, И. А. Мерц, Н. И. Рошфор, Л. Н. Бенуа, И. С. Китнер, Н. А. Демчинский, Э. П. Деклерон, М. Хаджи-Касумов. — СПб., Пг., Л.: Типография Эдуарда Гоппе, типография А. Тагов, типография и фототипия В. И. Штейн, типография Первой Ленинградской Трудовой Артели Печатников, 1872—1918, 1924. — ежемес., еженед. (с 1902); полный комплект, кроме 1884 года. 35 см., пагин. годичн., 288—588 с.; 54—75 лл. илл. Приложения: Листок архитектурного журнала Зодчий, 1876.
Date between 1872 and 1918
date QS:P,+1500-00-00T00:00:00Z/6,P1319,+1872-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1326,+1918-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source Журнал «Зодчiй» (фр. Zodtchy, 1872—1924) / Зодчий [Zodchij (Architect)]; Архитектурная графика (arch-grafika.ru)
Author Виктор Владимирович Эвальд (Владимир Викторович; 1860—1935), Иван Александрович Мерц (1834—1876), граф Николай Иванович де Рошфор (Рошефор; 1846—1905), Леонтий Николаевич Бенуа (1856—1928), Иероним Севастьянович Китнер (1839—1929), Николай Александрович Демчинский (1851—1914/1915), Эраст Павлович Деклерон (1850 — ок. 1914), Мусса-Бек Хаджи-Касумов (Хаджи-Касумов Муса бек Мирза Хамдулла бек оглы; 1886—1935)

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