Venetians. Oil on canvas, 70?60 cm., 2013. Now, tell me, a necropolis — is it architecture? If so, in theory, it should look different from region to region, as local urban architecture. But in fact, it turns out that religious affiliation affects the appearance of the cemetery constructions much more than a regional one. I wonder why? The question is probably for ethnographers ...
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