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Anatoly Polyansky

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Name  Anatoly Polyansky
Role  Architect
Structures  Yalta Hotel Complex

Anatoly Polyansky
Died  June 7, 1993, Moscow, Russia

Anatoly Trofimovich Polyanski (Russian: Анатолий Трофимович Полянский) (29 January 1928, in Avdiivka, Soviet Union (now Ukraine) – 7 June 1993, in Moscow, Russia) was a Russian architect.


His work includes the pavilion of the USSR on the International World Fair in Brussels (Grand Prix) in 1958 pioneer camp, Artek in Crimea, the Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Moscow, the Yalta Hotel Complex and the USSR embassy buildings in Greece, Sweden and Egypt.


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