Interesting facts about Zhytomyr

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Somewhat interesting about Zhytomyr

  • In Ukraine, the "living" plants remained about 80-85, after the collapse of the Union was about 220. In the Zhytomyr region remained viable - Chervonsky, Tsyurupi and Cornin, remained in the memory of Berdychiv sugar refined, Andrushivsky, Ivanopilsky. And Korovinetsky is more likely to be dead than zhovzhitomirskie old age - December 13, 2009
  • From the second half of the XVIII century. underground galleries have lost their strategic value and are used as storage for agricultural products. June 24, 1804, on the orders of Tsar Zhitomir was approved by the administrative center of Volyn province. This prompted him for economic and cultural development. For the first time, street planning projects are being developed. The administrative institutions are being built: the Town Hall, the Governor's House, and post offices. Underground galleries turn into a burden for the city. Stone corridors, located under the streets of the city, from time to time collapse, resulting in the opening of mysterious brick vaults. Polish historian Prusinovsky wrote in Warsaw's "Polish newspaper" in 1864: "The antiquity of Zhytomyr can be evidenced by underground cellars that, in the form of regular corridors, underground a few cubic feet below the surface.
  • From the time when the city began to increase and large stone buildings were erected, underground cellars opened in several places. Therefore, it can be assumed that the Zhytomyr underground passages, which began from the banks of Kamenka, stretched to the ancient castle and from it to the river Teterev, just below the Kamyanka River. A more detailed study of this maze and its comparison with other underground passages that are very common in Russia would have made it possible to judge both the appointment of Zhytomyr underground passages and the time of their occurrence. "In March
  • 1989, the city council issued a decree requiring "all homeowners in the farmsteads who have cellars penetrating the streets and squares of the city, to declare it no later than seven days after the day it was announced to the city administration." The decree also foresees that owners who will not notify the presence of the underground, are involved in the police responsibility. After that, many citizens from the streets of the Cathedral, the Great Chudnivsky (Chernyakhovsky), the Great Berdychiv, Basin and others brought to the board a message about the presence of undergrounds. These statements were described as walking, lined with stones and brick, and simply dug in an oven.
  • Part of the underground was used by house owners for business needs, mainly for storage of food stocks. After receiving these materials on April 21, the Volyn governor ordered the city authorities to organize a review of the dungeons by a city architect together with the police for "to ascertain how dangerous they are and, in the event of an imminent danger, to get their fill". К
  • sorry, the documents for such a check are not preserved.
  • In the same year in Kyiv, 11 archaeological congresses were held. In the first volume of works of the congress, published in 1901 in Moscow, an article was placed
  • Professor of the Kyiv University VB Antonovich "Archaeological map of the Volyn province". This was the first archaeological and archaeological site
  • historical monuments of Volyn in general, and Zhytomyr region in particular. Here we find information about the underground galleries of Zhytomyr, as well as the present ones
  • Zhytomyr, Novograd-Volynsky, Dzerzhinsky, Chudnivsky and Ovruch districts of the region.
  • In 1981, during the exploration work, an ancient inscription was found on one of the niches of the dungeon on Mount Suriname in the Bogunia area. According to the definition of specialists, the discovery dates back approximately in the seventeenth and sixteenth centuries. then several special scientific expeditions were conducted for the study of underground galleries under the direction of P. P. Shmunevsky and A. Tarabukin.
  • The remnants of the dungeons made it known to me several times in our time. The indigenous Zhytomir people remember well how from time to time in one or another part of the city the ground, asphalt collapses, in connection with which mysterious stone vaults open. Zhitomir dungeons are unique, almost unexplored.
  • Historical monuments - are gradually destroyed with new buildings, or simply collapse and fall asleep with the earth. If now do not explore the dungeon,
  • then it will be too late. And when we are finally scammed, nothing will be found.