The Importance of Historical Stages of Construction Within the Context of Sustainable Urban Development of Hadrut City
Keywords:urban development stages, historical stages of construction, sustainable development, architectureof residential buildings, Hadrut city, cities of Artsakh
Preservation of Artsakh's architectural heritage and the issues of use have acquired a special significance today. The historical stages of the construction of the city of Hadrut in Artsakh, and, as a result of their analysis, their impact on the further sustainable development of the city have been revealed. There are 5 main stages: formation, late Middle Ages, from the 19th century to the first half of the 20th century, Soviet and independence periods. Suggestions are given on the territorial development of the city.
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