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Neo-classical Stalin-era buildings (Stalinka), year built: the middle of 30-es 1960
"Stalinkas or Stalin-era buildings are as a rule rather massive buildings made from clay building tiles or bricks, the first floor is high (bel etage). These buildings cant be considered as they are so diverse...
Old fund (pre-war and pre-revolution buildings), year built: the end of the 19th century- 1940
This type of buildings called as Old fund by real estate agents includes pre-revolution buildings the basis of which is formed by brick-built or timber walls, brick-built or stone foundations, timber floors and interior
* Khrushchev-era apartments (Khrushchevka), year built: 1956-1985.
This type of buildings appeared in the period of Khrushchevs government when the main idea about accommodation was "it is private for each family even though it is small. It was the first type of buildings of mass built-up area...
Solid-cast brick-built buildings, year built: from the middle of 90-es to present day.
The overwhelming majority of modern brick-built buildings have monolithic foundation and so are solid-cast brick-built buildings. However real estate developers have a little "trick to call buildings as brick-built when the
Who can make a claim for municipal housing
In accordance with the Russian Federation Code under the statutory procedure concerning the safeguards for the rights of people for municipal housing, since 2006 there have been instituted three categories of people who need housing
Special design buildings, year built: 70-es present days.
Non-standard series buildings specially designed and built differ greatly with their outside view peculiarity from similar buildings of residential urbanized areas. As far as the interior arrangement is concerned, the method of its
Russia in figures
All important figures about Russia
Russian population and culture
Russian population. Russia has a population of approximately 145 million. The largest cities are Moscow (the capital) and St. Petersburg. There are hundred eighty four different nationalities represented in the Russian Federation,