Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Gromova's dacha

The site where Gromov's dacha is now located was known in the 17th century, where battles with the Swedes took place during the Northern War. Later, the cottage of the Siberian governor Gagarin, who was executed for bribery in 1721, was located here. After that the site was empty for a long time.

The current wooden building was built by the architect Wintergalter for the merchant timber merchant Gromov in the middle of the XIX century. The garden was designed by the most famous gardener Odintsov at one time, thanks to him, grottoes, bridges, fountains and other charms appeared here. The garden of Gromov's dacha was no less famous than the estate itself; Interior Minister Valuev, artist Bogolyubov, Chekhov, spoke about its beauty, who also often visited here.

In Soviet times, the building was converted into a television studio, and it was from here in 1938 that the first experimental television broadcast in the USSR took place. In the summer of 2014, a meeting was held at the dacha on plans for the “reincarnation” of this place. Activists of the Petrogradsky District plan to create a creative space here called the Center for Arts, where lectures, workshops, excursions, and children's events will take place.

Restoration repairs were completed in 2020.

The site where Gromov's dacha is now located was known in the 17th century, where battles with the Swedes took place during the Northern War. Later, the cottage of the Siberian governor Gagarin, who was executed for bribery in 1721, was located here. After that the site was empty for a long time.

The current wooden building was built by the architect Wintergalter for the merchant timber merchant Gromov in the middle of the XIX century. The garden was designed by the most famous gardener Odintsov at one time, thanks to him, grottoes, bridges, fountains and other charms appeared here. The garden of Gromov's dacha was no less famous than the estate itself; Interior Minister Valuev, artist Bogolyubov, Chekhov, spoke about its beauty, who also often visited here.

In Soviet times, the building was converted into a television studio, and it was from here in 1938 that the first experimental television broadcast in the USSR took place. In the summer of 2014, a meeting was held at the dacha on plans for the “reincarnation” of this place. Activists of the Petrogradsky District plan to create a creative space here called the Center for Arts, where lectures, workshops, excursions, and children's events will take place.

Restoration repairs were completed in 2020.

The site where Gromov's dacha is now located was known in the 17th century, where battles with the Swedes took place during the Northern War. Later, the cottage of the Siberian governor Gagarin, who was executed for bribery in 1721, was located here. After that the site was empty for a long time.

The current wooden building was built by the architect Wintergalter for the merchant timber merchant Gromov in the middle of the XIX century. The garden was designed by the most famous gardener Odintsov at one time, thanks to him, grottoes, bridges, fountains and other charms appeared here. The garden of Gromov's dacha was no less famous than the estate itself; Interior Minister Valuev, artist Bogolyubov, Chekhov, spoke about its beauty, who also often visited here.

In Soviet times, the building was converted into a television studio, and it was from here in 1938 that the first experimental television broadcast in the USSR took place. In the summer of 2014, a meeting was held at the dacha on plans for the “reincarnation” of this place. Activists of the Petrogradsky District plan to create a creative space here called the Center for Arts, where lectures, workshops, excursions, and children's events will take place.

Restoration repairs were completed in 2020.

Adresse

st. Akademika Pavlova 13

Site web

https://vk.com/dachagromova

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/dacha-gromova/

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