Barma


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Barma

 

Russian architect who, with the architect Postnik, built the Cathedral of Basil the Blessed, or Pokrovskii Cathedral on the Moat, in Red Square in Moscow during the years 1555–60.

REFERENCE

Brunov, N. I. Mastera Drevnerusskogo Zodchestva. Moscow, 1953.
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