E3S Web Conf.
Volume 135, 2019Innovative Technologies in Environmental Science and Education (ITESE-2019)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Green Architecture and Sustainable Urban Design|
|Published online||04 December 2019|
Renovation of historical area of the city park
Tolyatti State University, st. Belorusskaya, 14, 445020, Tolyatti, Russia
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Renovation and improvement of historical area of the Victory Park of the city of Tolyatti, the Samara Region, Russia, are of prime importance in the process of development of cultural environment, since they are aimed at commemorating veterans of the Second World War and its Eastern Front (1941-1945) and the promotion of patriotism among young people. This will also attract domestic and international tourists, which will contribute to the tourism intensification. Architectural and design developments and their implementation correspond the strategies of social and economic development of the city and the region until 2030, they are supported by the Fund of social and cultural development of Tolyatti “Dukhovnoye naslediye” (“Spiritual heritage”) and by the city administration. Within the process of design work, the key solutions on landscape renovation, improvement of recreation areas of the park and creation of the platform for related public events were worked out and represented in this paper. Designers elaborated several solutions on a memorial that have specific structural features and include a monument to a female soldier, a homefront worker who was waiting for her husband and bringing up children during hard wartime.
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