This article explores the ideological and narrative foundations of various forms of architectural historicism, marked by the identities manifestation which emerged in the era of modern nations appearance. The difference between the concepts of the three national communities - Ukrainian, Polish and Russian and how these concepts were conveyed with the help of architectural stylistics is outlined. It is determined that in all three cases, the main source of style-creation was the idea of the Ideal Homeland, which in all three national narratives accounts for the late Middle Ages (XVI-XVII centuries.) Also is suggested the concept of evaluative delimitation of this kind of heritage, depending on the inherent symbolic ideals.
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