Этапы развития Государственного мемориального историко-литературного и природно-ландшафтного музея-заповедника А.С. Пушкина "Михайловское"
The article analyzes the phenomenon of folk museification recent Soviet past - the emergence of proactive thematic Internet resources and the "folk museum" dedicated to the nostalgic representation of Soviet everyday life of the late thaw and stagnation.
The paper aims to discuss the multifaceted links between the marine environment of the Gulf of Finland and the representations of the large complex of cultural heritage related to the city of St. Petersburg. The paper is based on a spatial imaginary of Greater St. Petersburg as the cultural and technological unity of the city and adjacent waterscapes in the times of the Russian Empire. This concept is instrumental to see the historical links between the parts of the heritage complex that has by now disintegrated and has been separated by state borders.
The article contains analysis of the problems of historical and cultural heritage protection. The execution of powers for the protection of historical and cultural heritage of the Executive authorities of the Russian Federation and of the Subjects of Russia are considered.