Détails de l'endroit

Détails de l'endroit

Central House of Journalists

The Central House of Journalists has a historical past — it belonged to the Gagarin family. Two hundred years ago, there was a beautiful park with a majestic palace here. The fire that occurred in 1812 destroyed the ancestral estate, miraculously surviving only the outbuilding. The Journalist's House is recognized as an architectural monument

Today it is difficult to imagine the cultural life of Moscow without the House of Journalists During the most difficult economic and political years of the country's transformation, Domzhur managed to survive. It is not only home to the writing brethren. It was appreciated by diplomats, musicians, writers, artists and politicians.

Currently, a cinema hall has been opened in the Central House of Journalists, and the stationary concert hall has been turned into a transformer hall. It hosts balls and receptions, solo performances and concerts of bards.

The Central House of Journalists has a historical past — it belonged to the Gagarin family. Two hundred years ago, there was a beautiful park with a majestic palace here. The fire that occurred in 1812 destroyed the ancestral estate, miraculously surviving only the outbuilding. The Journalist's House is recognized as an architectural monument

Today it is difficult to imagine the cultural life of Moscow without the House of Journalists During the most difficult economic and political years of the country's transformation, Domzhur managed to survive. It is not only home to the writing brethren. It was appreciated by diplomats, musicians, writers, artists and politicians.

Currently, a cinema hall has been opened in the Central House of Journalists, and the stationary concert hall has been turned into a transformer hall. It hosts balls and receptions, solo performances and concerts of bards.

The Central House of Journalists has a historical past — it belonged to the Gagarin family. Two hundred years ago, there was a beautiful park with a majestic palace here. The fire that occurred in 1812 destroyed the ancestral estate, miraculously surviving only the outbuilding. The Journalist's House is recognized as an architectural monument

Today it is difficult to imagine the cultural life of Moscow without the House of Journalists During the most difficult economic and political years of the country's transformation, Domzhur managed to survive. It is not only home to the writing brethren. It was appreciated by diplomats, musicians, writers, artists and politicians.

Currently, a cinema hall has been opened in the Central House of Journalists, and the stationary concert hall has been turned into a transformer hall. It hosts balls and receptions, solo performances and concerts of bards.

Adresse

Blvd. Nikitsky, 8A

Site web

http://www.domjour.ru/

La Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/domjour/

Carte

Visites de la ville