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The paper outlines the contribution in developing Barnaul's image as a mining town made by Russian and foreign explorers and travellers of the 18th and 19th centuries (Erik Laxmann, Peter Simon Pallas, Carl Friedrich von Ledebour, Alexander von Bunge, Carl Anton von Meyer, etc.) who visited Kolyvano-Voskresensky Mining District (Russian Empire) with business or academic purposes. In 1730s, Barnaul becomes a capital of mining industry and that leaves its traces on economic, architectural,doi:10.32340/2414-9101-2021-2-54-61 fatcat:esnngbbkn5ekza45pcaqbiytrq