Atmospheric video presentation showcases the redevelopment of Mira Street, which was the very first street to be restored in the heroic city of Stalingrad. The visualization portrays the street in a new light, reflecting its historical significance and new design solutions.
First part of the video features unusual angles and details that emphasize the historical heritage of Mira Street. Viewers will see beautiful mosaics recreated with original building details, street lamps in the style of the late 19th century, and many other elements that help preserve the atmosphere of the old city.
One interesting fact from the history of Volgograd is that the city was previously called Tsaritsyn. It was founded in 1589 on the banks of the Volga River and for many centuries was an important fortress city. In 1925, the city was renamed Stalingrad in honor of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. In 1961, it was renamed Volgograd to reflect its historical legacy and connection to the Volga River.
However, the history of Stalingrad remains an important part of the city’s heritage. The video visualization highlights this connection, showcasing the new elements of Mira Street’s redevelopment in the context of its history. For example, viewers will see a monument dedicated to the memory of the heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad, which was created in 1967. It will be integrated into the new street design to preserve the memory of the city’s heroic past.
The second part of the visualization will focus on the main design solutions for the redevelopment of Mira Street. It is expected that the new street design will incorporate modern technologies and concepts to create a more comfortable and safe space for residents and visitors of the heroic city.