Sankt Petersburg: Bedeutungswandel und Entwicklungsperspektiven einer osteuropäischen Metropole

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Brade, Isolde;
(1994)
  • Publisher: DEU
  • Subject: Soziologie, Anthropologie | Sociology & anthropology | Sankt Petersburg | Siedlungssoziologie, Stadtsoziologie | Sociology of Settlements and Housing, Urban Sociology | Russland | Stadtentwicklung | Bevölkerungsentwicklung | Wirtschaftsentwicklung | Wirtschaftsstruktur | Stadt | Metropole | Hafen | Ostseeraum | historische Entwicklung | Industrieansiedlung | Schifffahrt | Handel | Besiedlung | Russia | urban development | population development | economic development (on national level) | economic structure | town | metropolis | harbor | Baltic region | historical development | industrial settlement | shipping | commerce | settling | 20700
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St. Petersburg is one of the few metropolitan centres of Europe the development of which was consequently planned and carried through right from its foundation. Its development can be divided into three important phases: (1) Its development into a world-f... View more
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