Under state protection (from "History of Moscow") (1983)

Film №38802, 3 parts, duration: 0:29:00
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:N. Guljchuk
Screenwriters:I. Filimonova
Camera operators:M. Aleksanyan
Sound mixer:A. Kulakov
Other authors:E. Makaseeva

Annotation:

The film tells about historical and architectural monuments and about the history of Moscow of the XVI-XVII centuries.

Reel №1 Under state protection (from "History of Moscow")

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The head of the State Inspectorate for the Protection of Architectural Monuments and Urban Planning of Moscow, A. A. Savin, talks about the monuments of Moscow architecture of the 16th and 17th centuries (synchronously and behind the scenes), a panorama of the Moscow Kremlin and Red Square.

Savin gets into the car.

View of Petrovka Street, on the left-the wall of the Petrovsky Monastery.

View of one of the buildings of the 16th century.

Savin is on the seat of a car leafing through a book with illustrations.

Map of Moscow at the end of the 16th century.

Illustrations of episodes of wars that the Russian state waged in the 16th century.

A fragment of the fortress wall.

Map of Kitay-gorod, the White City and the wooden city-skorodom in the 16th century.

An engraving depicting the walls of the White City and the central part of old Moscow (panorama).

A book with a map in Savin's hands.

Savin tells about the fate of the ancient fortifications of Moscow, about the demolition of the fortifications of the White and Earthen City in the 17th century, the emergence of two rings in their place - Garden and Boulevard (synchronously and off-screen).

View of Mayakovsky Square and the building of the Beijing Hotel.

Views of Gorky Street from the car window.

View of a part of the Kitay-Gorod wall (from above).

Savin tells about the history of Kitay-Gorod and the walls left from it (synchronously and off-screen).

Types of preserved parts of the Kitaygorodskaya wall, a loophole in the wall.

View of the battlements of the defensive tower.

View of the historical part of Zaryadye.

Savin, standing on Razin Street, opens a book on the history of Moscow.

Engravings and drawings of foreign merchants and diplomats depicting the life and streets of Moscow of the 15th-17th centuries, the meeting of foreign ambassadors.

Images of the types of Moscow residents, their daily life, folk and religious holidays.

One of the drawings depicting the English embassy court in Kitay-Gorod in the 16th and 17th centuries.

The building of the English Embassy House on the street

Razina, (Varvarke), fragments of a building.

Old buildings in the area of the Moscow Kremlin.

The buildings of the Old Sovereign's Court-the Chambers of Boyar Nikita Romanov on the street

Razina.

Fragments of buildings.

Savin climbs the steps of the museum located in the Romanov Chambers.

Interior view of the basement of the house, where the pantry was located.

Museum exhibits and household items and weapons in the storeroom.

Chests for money and valuables are on display at the museum.

Chain mail on the wall, a burning splinter.

A drawing depicting the soldiers of the local cavalry.

Windows in the basement.

A staircase leading from the basement up to the master's chambers.

Personnel:

Savin Anatolij Aleksandrovich -- architect, historian, art critic, public figure

Calendar: 1983

Locations: Moscow [820]

Seasons: Summer [824]

Reel №2

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A. A. Savin, being in the Dining Room, tells about its purpose, about the order of seating guests during the feast (synchronously and off-screen).

Portrait of the boyar Romanov.

Silver cups, bowls, ladles, brats with ornaments, from which the guests of honor were treated.

Fragments of silverware jewelry.

A painted casket kept in the museum.

A cabinet with mica doors, decorated with wood carvings and drawings.

One of the drawings decorating the cabinet.

Panorama of the Dining Room.

Savin tells about the living quarters of the boyar's house (synchronously and off-screen).

The interiors of the female half of the living quarters.

The stove is in a bright room, decorated with elegant tiles.

The ornament on the stove tiles.

The pattern is embroidered on the embroidery frame.

Chest-laying for storing fabrics sewn with silver and gold.

Fragments of gold and silver embroidery.

Portraits of Muscovites in clothes of the 16th century.

A dressing table with a mirror.

Boxes for whitewash and blush with jewelry, fragments of jewelry.

Enamel miniatures created by craftsmen from Sol-Vychegodsk, decorating boxes and caskets.

The interior of the female half of the living quarters.

Savin tells about the interests of the residents of Moscow of the 17th century (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Portrait of the boyar Romanov.

Portraits of residents of Moscow of the 17th century.

A writing device with a goose quill is on the table in the owner's office on the men's side of the house.

The interior of the office.

The stove in the study, decorated with tiles on subjects from literary works.

Images of historical figures and heroes of Russian folklore on stove tiles.

Savin opens a chest with books, books lying in the chest.

Illustration and text on the pages of the first printed book in Russia "The Apostle".

Monument to the first printer Ivan Fedorov in Moscow.

View of October 25 (Nikolskaya) Street, where the first printing workshop of Ivan Fedorov was located.

The building of the Moscow State Historical and Archival Institute.

Images of a lion and a unicorn on the wall of the Correct or Correction Chamber.

Savin tells about the history of the chamber (synchronously and behind the scenes).

A drawing depicting the building where Ivan Fedorov and his associates worked.

Panorama of the restored part of the Right Chamber and the building of the Slavic-Greek-Latin Academy, opened in 1687.

Carved stone decorations of the building.

Savin tells about the history of the buildings of the Mint of the 17th century (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Fragments of decorations on the walls of the Mint buildings.

Types of the Krutitsky teremka.

Views of the Krutitsky farmstead, carved stone decorations of columns and walls of buildings.

The chief architect of the restoration of the Krutitsky farmstead, V. A. Vinogradov, tells about the history of the creation of the Krutitsky teremka, about its creators (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Types of the Krutitsky teremka.

Fragments of the decor on the tiles of the walls of the teremka.

Views and panorama of the restored buildings of the Krutitsky farmstead.

Vinogradov talks about the restoration of the tile covering of the Krutitsky farmstead (synchronously and behind the scenes), demonstrates fragments of tiles showing the restoration technique.

Parts of restored tiles.

Types of Krutitsky farmstead.

Personnel:

Savin Anatolij Aleksandrovich -- architect, historian, art critic, public figure Vinogradov Viktor Alekseevich -- architect-restorer, statesman

Calendar: 1983

Locations: Moscow [820]

Seasons: Summer [824]

Reel №3

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Panorama of the chambers of Boyar Volkov.

Savin talks about the restoration of the chambers of Boyar Volkov (synchronously and (behind the scenes).

Openwork lattice of the fence gate.

View of the upper part of the Volkov Chamber complex.

Drawings depicting the houses of Moscow boyars of the 17th century and the wooden royal palace in Kolomenskoye.

A weather vane on the roof in the form of a lion.

Savin talks about ancient Russian architecture and its traditions, which became the basis of stone architecture in the 17th century (synchronously and off-screen).

Savin walks along the wall of Volkov's chambers, stops at the entrance.

Architectural features of the building, the basement and arches of the entrances.

Fragments of the decoration of the windows of the building, made of white stone.

The tops of the corner columns of the building.

View of part of the Volkov chambers.

Savin is in the back seat of the car.

Decorations of the windows of the chambers of Boyar Troekurov.

Types of the building of the Troekurov chambers.

Internal panorama of the Cross Chamber in the house of Troyekurov, the vaults of the chamber.

The male choir in the Troyekurov Chamber performs an ancient Russian chant.

Panorama of the vault in the Cross Chamber.

Panorama of a part of the building of the chambers of the Duma clerk Averky Kirillov.

Savin tells about the history of Kirillov's chambers (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Windows decorated with white stone ornaments.

Fragments of the building's decorations made of lekal bricks.

Fragments of the building's decorations.

View of the building of the Kirillov Chambers.

Savin talks about the spread of red-brick buildings decorated with white stone throughout Moscow by the end of the 17th century (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Panorama of a part of the Novodevichy Monastery (from above).

View of one of the towers of the monastery.

The bell tower of the Novodevichy Monastery.

View of the building of the Smolensk Cathedral in the monastery.

The sun shines through the crown of an old tree.

An internal panorama of one of the restored rooms, where Boris Godunov's sister Irina lived.

Views of the building of the Lopukhinsky chambers in the Novodevichy Monastery, where the first wife of Peter I, Evdokia Lopukhina, was imprisoned.

A sundial above the entrance.

Portrait of Evdokia Lopukhina in monasticism, depicted next to Peter I and Catherine.

Panorama of a part of the refectory building.

Portrait of Princess Sophia.

Portrait of Peter I in his youth.

Savin walks along the path of the Sovereign's yard in Izmailovo.

Savin tells about the history of the Sovereign's court (synchronously and behind the scenes).

The fortress tower and the domes of the temple of the Sovereign's Court in Izmailovo.

View of the Bridge tower.

The top of the tower of the main Entrance gate.

Types of entrance gates.

Savin looks out the car window.

A book on the history of Moscow in the hands of Savin.

The old buildings of the Romanov Chambers and the English courtyard on Razin Street, the building of the hotel "Russia".

Personnel:

Savin Anatolij Aleksandrovich -- architect, historian, art critic, public figure

Calendar: 1983

Locations: Moscow [820]

Seasons: Summer [824]

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