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ГДЗ по русскому языку для 7 класса Баранов

Тип: Учебник

Авторы: М.Т. Баранов, Т.А. Ладыженская, Л.А. Тростенцова.

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С каждым учебным годом родителям всё тяжелее и тяжелее помогать детям с домашним заданием, но они всё равно требуют от детей полной выкладки и отличных оценок. Такая самостоятельность школьников ещё больше увеличивает нагрузку и без того довольно сложного 7 класса. У семиклассников появляется больше стрессовых ситуаций, им становится тяжелее всё охватить, всё понять и запомнить. И вот тут-то приходят на помощь гдз по русскому языку 7 класс, авторы: Баранов М.Т., Ладыженская Т.А., Тростенцова Л.А., Шанский Н.М. Они помогают школьникам при помощи решебника справиться со всем объёмом заданий. Такой сборник ответов помогает ученику эффективно подготовить уроки, решить все упражнения в соответствии с требованиями и не тратить на это много времени.

Если же вы не хотите, чтобы ваш ребёнок постоянно списывал с решебника, пользуйтесь им только для проверки домашнего задания. Он поможет вам понять, как необходимо решать данное упражнение и вы без труда объясните его своему любимому чаду. А результат не заставит вас долго ждать. Когда ребёнок становится уверенным в своих знаниях, он с лёгкостью берётся за любую работу, как дома, так и в школе и при этом получает отличные оценки.

Это 18 издание от этих авторов, полностью переработанное, которое теперь максимально адаптировано к настоящим требованиям в седьмом классе. Всего в сборнике насчитывается около пятисот заданий. Включает издание и различные упражнения, которые должны решаться устно, что поможет ребёнку научиться правильно и логично излагать свои мысли, а также натренирует память семиклассника.

ГДЗ к рабочей тетради по русскому языку за 7 класс Ефремова Е.А. можно посмотреть здесь.

ГДЗ рабочей тетради по русскому языку за 7 класс Вовк С.М. можно посмотреть здесь.

ГДЗ к проверочным работам за 7 класс Егорова Н.В. можно посмотреть здесь.

ГДЗ к рабочей тетради по русскому языку за 7 класс Янченко В.Д. можно посмотреть здесь.

ГДЗ к диагностическим работам по русскому языку за 7 класс Соловьёва Н.Н. можно посмотреть здесь.

ГДЗ к дидактическим материалам по русскому языку за 7 класс Ладыженская Т.А. можно посмотреть здесь.

ГДЗ к контрольно-измерительным материалам по русскому языку за 7 класс Егорова Н.В. можно посмотреть здесь.

ГДЗ к учебнику по русскому языку за 7 класс Баранов М.Т. (2019) можно посмотреть здесь.

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      • Английский язык
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      • Литература
      • Окружающий мир
      • Человек и мир
      • Технология
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      • Русский язык
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      • Французский язык
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      • Музыка
      • Литература
      • Окружающий мир
      • Человек и мир
      • Технология
      • Испанский язык
    • 3 класс
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      • Английский язык
      • Русский язык
      • Немецкий язык
      • Белорусский язык
      • Французский язык
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      • Математика
      • Английский язык
      • Русский язык
      • Информатика
      • Музыка
      • Литература
      • Окружающий мир
      • Человек и мир
      • Технология
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      • Английский язык
      • Русский язык
      • Немецкий язык
      • Белорусский язык
      • Французский язык
      • Информатика
      • Музыка
      • Литература
      • Окружающий мир
      • Человек и мир
      • Технология
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ГДЗ по Русскому языку 7 класс М.Т. Баранов, Т.А. Ладыженская, Л.А. Тростенцова

Предмет русского языка в 7 классе имеет цель не только обучению грамотности. У этой дисциплины более обширная сфера обучения, которая имеет термин «язык обучения». Для грамотности и подготовки к государственным экзаменам, ученику необходимо постоянно углублять знания по данному предмету. У школьника их накопилось довольно много, а благодаря этой книге можно повторить пройденный курс русского языка по учебнику Ладыженская, Баранов, Тростенцова.

В решебнике можно подсмотреть верные ответы к номеру либо сверять написанную в тетради домашнюю работу с этим пособием.

Готовые домашние задания (ГДЗ) по русскому языку для 7 класса Ладыженской предназначен для пояснения и закрепления пройденного материала, а также для решения трудных задач.

В процессе изучения русого языка по решебнику, школьник будет повторять упражнения в следующем формате:

— семиклассник, видя пояснения в ГДЗ, закрепляет пройденный урок;

— уточняет, почему нужно было написать именно эту букву;

— вспоминает, какая правильная расстановка в фонетике или морфологии;

— запоминает, где и как правильно ставить запятую, а где, дефис или двоеточие.

Данное пособие используется даже для механического списывания, при этом у ребёнка всё равно формируется грамотность.

ГДЗ к рабочей тетради по русскому языку за 7 класс Ефремова Е.А. можно скачать здесь.

ГДЗ рабочей тетради по русскому языку за 7 класс Вовк С.М. можно скачать здесь.

ГДЗ к проверочным работам за 7 класс Егорова Н.В. можно скачать здесь.

ГДЗ к рабочей тетради по русскому языку за 7 класс Янченко В.Д. можно скачать здесь.

ГДЗ к диагностическим работам по русскому языку за 7 класс Соловьёва Н.Н. можно скачать здесь.

ГДЗ к дидактическим материалам по русскому языку за 7 класс Ладыженская Т.А. можно скачать здесь.

ГДЗ к контрольно-измерительным материалам по русскому языку за 7 класс Егорова Н.В. можно скачать здесь.

ГДЗ к учебнику по русскому языку за 7 класс Баранов М.Т. (2019) можно скачать здесь.

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Аннотация

Учебник входит в переработанную в соответствии с Федеральным государственным образовательным стандартом основного общего образования линию УМК Т.А. Ладыженской, М.Т. Баранова, Л.А. Тростенцовой и др. Обновленный учебник реализует идею интегрированного обучения языку и речи, предполагающего формирование лингвистической и коммуникативной компетенций, а также привлечение большого объема сведений культурологического характера. Новое художественное оформление, усовершенствованный методический аппарат учебника способствуют оптимизации учебного процесса.

Пример из учебника

Между славянскими языками много общего. Стоит заговорить, например, болгарину, белорусу, чеху, украинцу, как мы сразу поймём, что их речь очень близка нашей, русской речи. Многое в их речи мы поймём без перевода.
Есть немало слов, которые в разных славянских языках имеют одно и то же значение и различаются только произношением гласных, согласных или ударением

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§ 1. Язык и человек 4
Русский язык как развивающееся явление з
ПОВТОРЕНИЕ ИЗУЧЕННОГО В V-VI КЛАССАХ
1. Синтаксис. Синтаксический разбор 5
2. Пунктуация. Пунктуационный разбор 6
3. Лексика и фразеология 7
4. Фонетика и орфография. Фонетический разбор слова 9
5. Словообразование и орфография. Морфемный и словообразовательный разбор 12
6. Морфология и орфография. Морфологический разбор слова 14
7. Текст 20
8. Стили литературного языка 22
МОРФОЛОГИЯ И ОРФОГРАФИЯ. КУЛЬТУРА РЕЧИ
Причастие
9. Причастие как часть речи 24
10. Публицистический стиль 27
11. Склонение причастий и правописание гласных в падежных окончаниях причастий 29
12. Причастный оборот. Выделение причастного оборота запятыми 31
13. Описание внешности человека 35
14. Действительные и страдательные причастия 38
15. Краткие и полные страдательные причастия 40
16. Действительные причастия настоящего времени. Гласные в суффиксах действительных причастий настоящего времени 42
17. Действительные причастия прошедшего времени 45
18. Страдательные причастия настоящего времени. Гласные в суффиксах страдательных причастий настоящего времени 49
19. Страдательные причастия прошедшего времени 52
20. Гласные перед м в полных и кратких страдательных причастиях 55
21. Одна и две буквы « в суффиксах страдательных причастий прошедшего времени. Одна буква н в отглагольных прилагательных 56
22. Одна и две буквы к в суффиксах кратких страдательных причастий и в кратких отглагольных прилагательных 60
23. Морфологический разбор причастия 65
24. Слитное и раздельное написание не с причастиями 67
25. Буквы е и ё после шипящих в суффиксах страдательных причастий прошедшего времени 70
Повторение 72
Деепричастие
26. Деепричастие как часть речи 76
27. Деепричастный оборот. Запятые при деепричастном обороте …. 78
28. Раздельное написание не с деепричастиями 82
29. Деепричастия несовершенного вида 84
30. Деепричастия совершенного вида 86
31. Морфологический разбор деепричастия 90
Повторение 91
Наречие
32. Наречие как часть речи 93
33. Смысловые группы наречий 97
34. Степени сравнения наречий 100
35. Морфологический разбор наречия 103
36. Слитное и раздельное написание не с наречиями на -о и -в 104
37. Буквы с II и в приставках не- и ни- отрицательных наречий 108
38. Одна и две буквы м в наречиях на -о и -в 110
39. Описание действий 112
40. Буквы о и е после шипящих на конце наречий 113
41. Буквы о и а на конце наречий 114
42. Дефис между частями слова в наречиях 117
43. Слитное и раздельное написание приставок в наречиях, образованных от существительных и количественных числительных 120
44. Мягкий знак после шипящих на конце наречий 122
Повторение 123
Категория состояния
45. Категория состояния как часть речи 126
46. Морфологический разбор категории состояния 130
Повторение 132
Служебные части речи
47. Самостоятельные и служебные части речи 133
Предлог
48. Предлог как часть речи 134
49. Употребление предлогов 136
50. Непроизводные и производные предлоги 138
51. Простые и составные предлоги 141
52. Морфологический разбор предлога 142
53. Слитное и раздельное написание производных предлогов 144
Союз
54. Союз как часть речи 147
55. Простые и составные союзы 149
56. Союзы сочинительные и подчинительные 151
57. Занятая между простыми предложениями в союзном сложном предложении 153
58. Сочинительные союзы 154
59. Подчинительные союзы 158
60. Морфологический разбор союза 160
61. Слитное написание союзов также, тоже, чтобы 162
Повторение сведений о предлогах и союзах 165
Частица
62. Частица как часть речи 167
63. Разряды частиц. Формообразующие частицы 169
64. Смысловые частицы 171
65. Раздельное и дефисное написание частиц 176
66. Морфологический разбор частицы 178
67. Отрицательные частицы не и ни 179
68. Различение частицы не и приставки не- 182
69. Частица ни, приставка ни-, союз ни — ни 185
Повторение 187
Междометие
70. Междометие как часть речи 190
71. Дефис в междометиях. Знаки препинания при междометиях 191
ПОВТОРЕНИЕ И СИСТЕМАТИЗАЦИЯ ИЗУЧЕННОГО В V-VII КЛАССАХ
72. Разделы науки о русском языке 193
73. Текст. Стили речи
74. Фонетика. Графика 195
75. Лексика и фразеология 196
76. Морфемика. Словообразование 198
77. Морфология 200
78. Орфография 203
79. Синтаксис 205
80. Пунктуация 207
Приложение
Памятки 210
Пиши правильно! 216
Произноси правильно! 217
Толковый словарь 218

 

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Russia extends Covid-19 foreigner entry ban until August 90002 Two weeks ago, Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow was discussing the opening of borders with other countries, but nothing had yet been decided.On Thursday, the country’s Federal Air Transport Agency extended the ban on international flights until August 1. 90003 90002 According to Savelyev, Aeroflot is currently using a 90007 «chessboard» 90008 seating plan, 90007 «because there is an opportunity» 90008 due to low numbers of passengers. When passenger loads get back to normal, the company plans to abandon this arrangement. 90003 Also on rt.com ‘I do not know’: Foreign Minister Lavrov says he has no idea when Russia will reopen its borders 90002 90007 «The seating will not be like a chessboard, it will be normal seating.Otherwise, planes will just not fly, and the economy will not work, «90008 Savelyev said. The airline CEO also explained that flying on a plane is safe, as modern aircraft are equipped with HEPA filters, which purify the air at 97-99% efficiency. 90003 90002 90025 90007 Think your friends would be interested? Share this story! 90008 90028 90003.90000 Putin signs law allowing foreigners to become Russian WITHOUT giving up existing citizenship — RT Russia News 90001 90002 Want to become Russian, but do not want to give up your current citizenship? Now, it’s possible. Just weeks after being introduced to parliament, a new law simplifying the naturalization process has been signed by the president. 90003 90002 On Friday, President Vladimir Putin put pen to paper to revolutionize the country’s citizenship law. From July onwards, foreigners living in Russia will be able to become citizens of the country without giving up their existing passport.90003 90002 Although rumors of change have been floating around for months, the law was rapidly adopted in April, with the legislation being introduced, voted on, and signed within the space of just 17 days. 90003 90002 In February, daily newspaper Kommersant reported that the procedure for accepting foreigners for citizenship of the Russian Federation will be significantly simplified, with the aim of attracting up to 10 million new citizens. 90003 90002 Before its introduction to parliament, Russian MP Konstantin Zatulin called the idea 90011 «correct, long overdue and consistent with common sense,» 90012 noting that the new legislation will allow a diaspora born abroad to more easily obtain Russian citizenship.90003 Also on rt.com Transparency & unification: Putin envisions new migration and citizenship policies, initiates reform 90002 The legislation also eases up the requirements for people with a Russian spouse. For example, if a foreigner is married to a Russian and they have children together, the necessity of a five-year residency is reduced to three, and the need to prove a legal source of income has been scrapped. 90003 90002 Citizens of Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan have had their process to Russian citizenship made even more relaxed, with the entire residence requirement being altogether removed.90003 90002 90019 90011 Like this story? Share it with a friend! 90012 90022 90003.90000 Russia has come a long way since 1993; Putin’s constitutional changes reflect the needs of a revitalized state — RT Russia News 90001 90002 Russia’s ‘super-presidential’ 1993 Constitution was forged in blood after violent upheaval, at a time when the country was on its knees. It is logical that it would be revisited when modern Russia had finally come of age. 90003 90002 What is so problematic with the current тисячі дев’ятсот дев’яносто три Constitution, and what are the reasons behind the proposed amendments? The answers can be found in the circumstances under which President Boris Yeltsin’s document came into effect and in the major transformation that Russia has undergone since then.90003 90002 First of all, it is necessary to stress that Russia in 1993 and Russia in 2020 are essentially two different countries. In тисяча дев’ятсот дев’яносто три, it was a bleak shadow of the Soviet Union, with a grim present and uncertain future. Yeltsin, along with Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrey Kozyrev and other liberal-minded members of his team, were doggedly pushing their country into the American sphere of influence. 90003 90002 It, therefore, comes as no surprise that Yeltsin’s Constitution — adopted just two months after his team’s undemocratic usurpation of power (by means of shelling and storming the parliament during the October putsch) — was not fit for its purpose as the supreme law of a great power.Instead, it legitimized the servicing of Western elites and Washington in particular. 90003 90002 The widely known consequences of such policies had been tragic for Russia, as it descended into a decade of lawlessness, poverty, and war. 90003 90002 In 2020 року, the situation is completely different. President Vladimir Putin’s policies have been by and large ‘Russia first’, in comparison with those of Yeltsin, and have enjoyed widespread support among the ruling elites as well as the general population.90003 Also on rt.com Veteran Russian liberals Pozner & Pamfilova reject claims that constitutional changes are solely about a Putin 2036 power grab 90014 New Reality 90015 90002 Moreover, today’s Russia is a strong regional power and a major player in global politics, which no country in the world, including the US, can ignore. It is also relatively stable and more independent; therefore, the proposed ‘new’ Constitution, unlike the 1993 edition, is a domestic effort, rather than an externally ‘inspired’ formation.90003 90002 Therefore, it comes as no surprise that certain Western media — and some Western-leaning press outlets within Russia — have launched such a fierce campaign aimed at discrediting the vote and the proposed amendments. 90003 90002 The poll offers Russian citizens the opportunity to exercise their democratic right to express their approval or refusal of the proposed package that involves a wide range of topics, such as the strengthening of sovereignty and independence, social guarantees, civilizational vision, governance model, new priorities, the role of the state in the lives of its citizens, and the place of Russia in the emerging multipolar world.As the amendment to Article 79 reads: 90003 90002 90023 «The Russian Federation takes measures to support and strengthen international peace and security, to provide for the peaceful coexistence of nations and states, to prevent interference in the internal affairs of the state.» 90024 90003 90002 One of the amendments confirms today’s Russia as the successor of the Soviet Union, in particular, in relation to 90023 «assets of the USSR outside of the Russian Federation territory.» 90024 This change, which for obvious reasons could not have been included by the authors of Yeltsin’s Constitution, seems to indicate the intention to recover some Soviet assets currently held by certain statesmen in the post-Soviet space, given the fact that Russia has paid off the debt of all of the Soviet republics, including Ukraine.90003 90002 Read more 90003 90032 90032 90002 There is also a clause outlining the superiority of the Constitution of the Russian Federation in the event of it being contradicted by certain «90023 decisions of inter-state agencies, made on the basis of their interpretation of provisions of international treaties of the Russian Federation 90024.»90003 90002 Such great power assumptions were practically impossible in 1993. However, they do correspond to modern-day Russia, which may indeed purport to be one of the centers of influence in 2020 року, alongside states such as the US, which has long put its national interest above any international treaties. 90003 90002 Furthermore, other changes forbid those holding foreign citizenship and residency permits abroad from holding a number of high public office positions, thus preventing the ‘political legionnaires’ phenomenon, not uncommon in certain neighboring states with low levels of sovereignty, from appearing in Russia .This proposed change concerns all the top officials of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, heads of federal state bodies, senators, deputies of the State Duma, the Commissioner for Human Rights, judges, and prosecutors. 90003 90002 There are more limitations in regards to presidential candidates, who are ineligible to run if they have previously held foreign citizenship and have lived in Russia for less than 25 years (with an exception for residents of Crimea). These amendments certainly further strengthen Russia’s sovereignty and independence at the highest legislative level.90003 90002 There are also a number of rather interesting alterations, such as the one that provides for the potential formation of federal territories within Russia. Judging by recent comments from Senator Andrey Klishas, ​​these would be regions with a special status, most likely serving either a military or an ecological purpose, and controlled directly by Moscow rather than regional government officials. 90003 90002 Something similar already exists in a number of countries, including the US.It must be noted that this is one of many proposed amendments that provide for further centralization of powers and tighter control at all levels — from the executive branch of the Federation to local governments. Among them are several amendments to the fourth chapter of the Constitution, which essentially transform the super-presidential regime into the hyper-presidential regime, giving the president even greater powers at the expense of other authorities. 90003 90002 For instance, if the amendments are adopted, the president will be able to dismiss the prime minister, appoint and dismiss the prosecutor general, stall the legislative process in order to check the proposed bills for their constitutionality, and much more.90003 90002 However, we must also point out a number of proposed limitations, such as the amendment to Article 81, which provides for a two-term limit for future presidents of the Russian Federation. 90003 90002 Perhaps the authors of these amendments have been studying the Chinese experience from the years of rapid economic growth under Hu Jintao (and Jiang Zemin) in terms of combining a highly centralized system of governance and control with regular rotation at the top. 90003 Also on rt.com ‘We’ll see’: Ahead of ‘national vote’ on changes to constitution Putin does not rule out running for 5th presidential term 90014 Rule forever? 90015 90002 Of course, we can not ignore the change that would allow Putin to run for president again in 2024. However, taking into account the Russian president’s pragmatism, one may suppose that this is possibly a distraction maneuver and an instrument of political insurance. There is a concept in international politics known as ‘lame duck’, which is used to indicate the vulnerability of an outgoing political leader.More often than not they are not taken seriously due to their waning influence, both within the country and on the global arena, which is rather dangerous in today’s turbulent world. 90003 90002 Putin is probably not planning to run in 2024 (unless as a last resort) but instead to move on to play a coordinating role in the background, which can be deduced from amendments granting the outgoing president immunity (which can also be revoked) , as well as an opportunity to become a lifelong member of the Federation Council (the upper house of the Russian parliament).90003 90002 It must be added that immunity for an outgoing president is hardly a novelty in the short history of modern Russia, seeing as 20 years ago it was granted to Yeltsin (and members of his family) by Putin’s own decree. 90003 90002 We should also note that apart from the former president (and regional representatives), the Federation Council may also include up to 30 appointed senators, seven of whom may be lifelong members of the council. It can be assumed that these amendments have been proposed for the purpose of a smooth transfer of power and the preservation of overall stability, taking into account the United Kingdom (House of Lords) and the United States (Senate).90003 90002 Read more 90003 90066 90066 90002 In addition to all of the above, we must also underline a number of civilizational amendments, which define culture, historical truth, and the interests of compatriots abroad as objects that must be protected from potential threats, and ‘bring God’ into the Constitution , which is a rather standard practice among many developed states (e.g. Australia, Canada, Germany, etc.) 90003 90002 This fits Putin’s conservative and traditionalist policies of the last eight years and signals the return of ideology in the Constitution for the first time since the USSR days — i.e. Russia once again gains its own civilizational development program, which can be put forward and presented to the rest of the world. This means that, if the proposed amendments are accepted, Russia shall purport to play the role of one of the main poles of influence in the emerging multipolar system.90003 90002 Finally, among the proposed amendments there are also quite a few society- and people-oriented elements that may be found in constitutions of social democratic and even socialist states. For instance, the state guarantees a minimum wage no less than the subsistence level, ‘regular indexation of pensions and benefits’ and ‘targeted social support’, which is bound to be received well by the elderly who have traditionally backed Putin — many of whom have been upset by the 2018 pension age reform.90003 90002 There are also a number of other Soviet-esque changes, such as the one guaranteeing ‘protection of dignity’ and ‘respect for the person of labor’ that are meant to resonate well with those longing for the Soviet times — which, interestingly enough, include some of those born after the Soviet collapse. Also, there is a suggestion of more intense participation of the state in the lives of its citizens, in their upbringing, moral education, and even health, which seems to bring a certain degree of biopolitics into the equation.90003 90002 This once again suggests that Russia may indeed follow the ‘Chinese path’, not only uniting the economic features of the socialist and capitalist systems, but also increasing the role of the state, which may go against the liberal ideals of individualism and may discourage the more liberal-minded minority from supporting the amendments. 90003 90002 On the other hand, children and the disabled have been defined as the key priorities of Russia’s state policy. The amendments also provide state support to scientific-technological progress and environmentalism, which adds ecopolitics, humanitarianism, and progressivism to the equation and gives a postmodern edge to the new version of the Constitution.90003 90002 Overall, the proposed amendments present a rather diverse and eclectic aggregate of ideas and a democratic vote is certainly a better validation mechanism than a violent coup. Russia has come a long way since 1993. 90003 90002 90083 90023 Think your friends would be interested? Share this story! 90024 90086 90003.90000 Is this huge new cathedral to war Putin’s folly, or a magnificent, unique building that tells a lot about the East-West divide? — RT Op-ed 90001 90002 Alexander Adams 90003 90002 is a British artist, poet and critic. He has published several books (latest ‘Culture War: Art, Identity Politics and Cultural Entryism’ in 2019). His art is in museum collections worldwide. 90003 90002 is a British artist, poet and critic. He has published several books (latest ‘Culture War: Art, Identity Politics and Cultural Entryism’ in 2019).His art is in museum collections worldwide. 90003 90002 The magnificent six billion ruble building in a forest outside Moscow can accommodate 6,000 people and is an unashamed paean to Russian military might. Would any Western nation dare erect such a public spectacle? 90003 90002 This week saw the opening of Russia’s newest public buildings, the Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces, Moscow. It is a grand statement of Vladimir Putin’s vision of what is most important in Russia: Russian Orthodox faith, national pride and the armed services.It was consecrated on June 14 and opened to the public on Monday, June 22. 90003 90002 The huge cathedral (which can accommodate up to 6,000 people and has six gilded domes) is dedicated to the glory and memory of the armed services, and cost around six billion rubles ($ 86 million). Steps are made of steel from captured Nazi tanks. The colour schemes of stained-glass windows replicate those of military decorations. 90003 90002 The architecture and interior design (with its extensive use of gilding and iconography) makes the cathedral very clearly Eastern Orthodox, with no concessions to modernist taste.The height of the cross on the main dome is 95 meters above ground level. It is located in a forest on the outskirts of Moscow and contains extensive symmetrical landscape features echoing the traditional layout of a church. 90003 90002 90017 90018 90003 90002 The cathedral itself is not adorned with mosaic murals of Stalin and Putin, as had initially been planned. After leaked photographs of the incomplete work drew criticism, the mosaics were removed. 90003 90002 A nearby visitor center houses a state-of-the-art museum of the role of the military in Russia and the USSR.Audio-visual displays, dioramas, models and original material (including weapons, munitions, uniforms and servicemen’s letters) are featured. 90003 90002 Two issues have drawn particular comment: the cause and the style. 90003 90002 At a time when the West is becoming increasingly reticent about its military strength — holding fewer military parades and running recruitment drives emphasising humanitarian relief work rather than soldiering (with lackluster results) — President Putin has asserted that Russia’s military fights and dies for the glory of the nation.90003 Also on rt.com Putin visits Russian Armed Forces cathedral on 79th anniversary of Nazi invasion, says memory of war is ‘sacred’ 90002 It is inconceivable that a Western state would today erect a cathedral of the character of the Main Cathedral. In Western Europe, the size and prestige of the military is contracting, due to budgetary restrictions and ambivalence about the role of military service. In Russia — at least according to the government line — the military is still at the heart of the nation.90003 90002 The architecture is Russian Revival, using aspects of the Romanov style and traditional Russian Orthodox ecclesiastical design. The opulent decoration and detailing marks a decisive rejection of USSR-era functionalism (The Stalin-era saw a brief, limited return to historical styles, which can still be seen today in the Moscow Metro). It is defiantly not postmodern (the prevailing international style) and this can be read as a sign of an attachment to the native Russian form of architecture, particularly in church design.Amalgams of tradition and innovations — such as LED lighting and areas of glass ceilings in the new cathedral — are dismissed as 90031 «pastiche» 90032 and 90031 «inauthentic.» 90032 90003 90002 As an assertion of confidence and clarity, the project is impressive. How accurately the project reflects social, economic and geo-political conditions of contemporary Russia is for each of us — and history — to judge. Not having visited the cathedral, I am not in a position to say how well the building works architecturally.Whatever one’s personal taste, the cathedral will become a touchstone for how we view this era of Russian history (favorably or otherwise). 90003 90002 For those of us who are unlikely to visit Moscow, the reception of the cathedral reflects back at us the question 90031 «So what will the architecture of your society tell history?» 90032 In the West, we maintain our historic cathedrals and build art museums as new sites of sacred contemplation. Our most expensive buildings are airports and super bridges, which must eventually be replaced.Are we content to allow our message to posterity to be that of shopping malls and airports? 90003 90002 Our cities are dominated by hotels and office towers built by foreign architectural firms in an international style, funded by multinational corporations, which are not designed to last more than 50 years. It is common knowledge that many firms build mediocre, unoriginal buildings deliberately so that they will not become listed buildings of national interest. It is more convenient for owners to demolish ageing buildings than to maintain them.90003 90002 Our urban structures are postmodern designs meant to be clever rather than serious; they are essentially interchangeable. The office towers of Shanghai, Qatar, London and Lagos could be swapped and we would barely notice the difference. Like, love or loathe the Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces, it is a unique building in a specific location serving a constituency and it is intended to last. The architects have some faith that this building belongs somewhere rather than anywhere.How history treats it, we can not yet tell. 90003 90002 90047 90031 Think your friends would be interested? 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