Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
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Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

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Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона.pptx

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
The history of London street furniture Vlad Chivanov Class 7 b

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
London London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, a city of contrasts and style. There are items that you can’t imagine London without. Red telephone boxes, pillar - boxes and the famous red buses make this city unforgerttable.

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
Why red?  The Tudor rose is a traditional heraldic emblem of England and Hampshire, which is also called the Tudor rose, or rose of Union. The rose is the emblem of the English of the Tudor dynasty, who reigned from 1485 through 1603 year, and has become since then a symbol of England. It is portrayed in the double-roses: the white flower on top of scarlet.

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
Red phone boxes The red phone box, like red double-decker became the symbol of London a long time ago. Great Britain is one of the first countries which made street phones for citizens.

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
First phone boxes The first standard design was released in 1921, called Kiosk no.1, or K1. It was made of three concrete sections, with a wooden door and glass panels in the door and side pieces. The kiosk was painted in various colours to suit local conditions and sometimes required a sign on the roof to make it more visible.

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
Sir Giles Gilbert The red telephone kiosk was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott at the request of the Post Office in 1924. Scott’s original design was, painted silver. The model was called K1. But when the final model was completed it was made of cast iron, painted red, so that it can easily be seen in the fog. It was called K2.These boxes began to be installed in 1926 in London, while the earlier K1 model

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
Red phone boxes now

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
Red post boxes Red Post Boxes can be seen all around London and the rest of the UK. The most common box seen in London is the red Pillar Box.

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
First pillar-boxes In 1856, Richard Redgrave  of the Department of Science and Art designed an ornate pillar box for use in London and other large cities. In 1859 the design was improved, and this became the first National Standard pillar box. Green was adopted as the standard colour for the early

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
The Royal cipher On every post box in the UK, the Royal cipher can be seen of the reigning monarch at the time of the installation. It is made up of the Christian (first) name of the King or queen together with the letter R which stands for Regina (Queen) or Rex (King) ER for Elizabeth Regina 1952 - present day GR for George Rex (GeorgeV) 1910 - 1936 or 1936- 1952

Научно - исследовательская работа "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"

Научно - исследовательская работа  "История возникновения уличной мебели Лондона"
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