The magnificent view of Table Mountain is one of the main attractions of the city. In fact, the city was designed so as to open the view of the mountain from the central places, so that it becomes an integral part of the urban perspective, a part of the urban space. It was natural for the experienced townspeople to have a full view of Table Mountain towering at the base of the Terek River. Many people will remember the postcard view of the beautiful Sunni Mosque flawlessly inscribed in the backdrop of Table Mountain. Generations of Vladikavkaz architects very delicately approached the issue of multi-storey buildings, especially the territory adjacent to the river floodplain, however, the rules are changing and now many familiar, but no less majestic and beautiful, views have been destroyed by the elite high-storey buildings.
There is such an element in the urban memorial life as plaques. Usually such a plaque or inscription contains humble information about a person or event associated with this place.
The idea of my project is a series of commemorative plaques, memorial inscriptions in the habitual style of similar memorial signs (possibly printed on a 3D printer), dedicated to the deceased city views. Their installation is planned in the places from which they once could be seen. For example, near a bench not far from the Sunni Mosque or next to the Cast Iron Bridge, there may be a sign with the image of Table Mountain reading "once from this place Table Mountain could be seen..."