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The management of cholera epidemics and the Neva River in St. Petersburg in the nineteenth century

Water History. 2018. Vol. 10. No. 2-3. P. 163-181.
Kraikovski A., Barabanova K.

Cholera first broke out in St. Petersburg in 1831, becoming a frequent visitor thereafter.
Considering the frequency of its visit, it is worth trying to understand what the epidemic
represented and became for residence of the capital. The complexity of water pipe and
pollution control facilities in the city is one of the important components that story.