The role of townplanning in modern urban reconnaissance of foreign researchers

  • O. G. Bublick
Keywords: modern foreign researchers, town planning, urbanization

Abstract

This article deals with survey and analyses of foreign research in the history of urbanization. The role of urban planning in urban reconnaissances modern researchers, data handling about building settlements, urban research opportunities for the city's history is studied in the article. The cognate of foreign researchers by proposed approaches to the history of the cities of the Russian Empire and the possibility of adaptation in national history were analyzed. The dependence of understanding development of age-appropriate social and cultural level were defined. The prospects of urban studies involving other branches of science were regarded.

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Published
2021-05-06
How to Cite
Bublick , O. G. (2021). The role of townplanning in modern urban reconnaissance of foreign researchers. Zaporizhzhia Historical Review, 1(40), 255-260. Retrieved from https://istznu.org/index.php/journal/article/view/1331