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Extractions: St. Petersburg, one of the most famous cities in the world, is Russia's entrance to the West. Its beauty and incomparable charm attract everybody who has been in this city at least once. The city is a real gem of Russia. Located on forty islands, it was created by such outstanding architects as Rastrelli, Quarenghi and Trezzini. The grandeur of its architectural ensembles and the exquisite romantic image of its embankments and bridges contributed to its reputation as the "Venice of the North".
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Extractions: The Qajars were the inheritor of a sort of architecture renowned predominantly as the inside-oriented architecture; buildings with central courtyards, tall fences with the least decorations on the outside appearance. And yet the windows of the houses are not open to the alleys and the outdoor scenes and sights have no passing to the interiors. The boundary of the home and family is still preserved. Gradually, as the Qajar dynasty began fading, such traditional patterns were influenced by the architectures of outside of Iran. At this time, urbanization began experiencing major changes and more buildings showing off on the facade. Buildings such as Shams ul-Emareh in Golestan complex, Sahebgharanieh castle of Niavaran were born in this period. But the architect of Sorkheh Hesar, who built the building at the heart of a hunting-ground for a special season with red fences around, has created a phenomenon outside-oriented in a totally daring way which could be considered as a combination of modernism in its era.
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