Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Lepen House on Malaya Morskaya

The building was built in the style of classicism and dates back more than one century. In 1770, the English Club was first opened here, then the first Music Society, and in the first quarter of the 19th century, the house was taken over by Lepin, who was a court musician. Interestingly, a century later, this house still belonged to his descendant, wine merchant Heinrich Lepin.

Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol's apartment was located in the courtyard of the house; a narrow dark staircase led to it. The dwelling was quite modest and consisted of only two rooms: a cramped but cozy bedroom, where Gogol served tea to his close friends, and a living room with a large desk behind it. Nikolai Vasilyevich created his immortal works “Nevsky Prospect”, “The Nose” and “The Wheelchair” from the cycle “Petersburg Stories”.

Now there is a plaque on the building, informing passers-by that the great Russian writer lived and worked in this house from 1833 to 1836.

The building was built in the style of classicism and dates back more than one century. In 1770, the English Club was first opened here, then the first Music Society, and in the first quarter of the 19th century, the house was taken over by Lepin, who was a court musician. Interestingly, a century later, this house still belonged to his descendant, wine merchant Heinrich Lepin.

Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol's apartment was located in the courtyard of the house; a narrow dark staircase led to it. The dwelling was quite modest and consisted of only two rooms: a cramped but cozy bedroom, where Gogol served tea to his close friends, and a living room with a large desk behind it. Nikolai Vasilyevich created his immortal works “Nevsky Prospect”, “The Nose” and “The Wheelchair” from the cycle “Petersburg Stories”.

Now there is a plaque on the building, informing passers-by that the great Russian writer lived and worked in this house from 1833 to 1836.

The building was built in the style of classicism and dates back more than one century. In 1770, the English Club was first opened here, then the first Music Society, and in the first quarter of the 19th century, the house was taken over by Lepin, who was a court musician. Interestingly, a century later, this house still belonged to his descendant, wine merchant Heinrich Lepin.

Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol's apartment was located in the courtyard of the house; a narrow dark staircase led to it. The dwelling was quite modest and consisted of only two rooms: a cramped but cozy bedroom, where Gogol served tea to his close friends, and a living room with a large desk behind it. Nikolai Vasilyevich created his immortal works “Nevsky Prospect”, “The Nose” and “The Wheelchair” from the cycle “Petersburg Stories”.

Now there is a plaque on the building, informing passers-by that the great Russian writer lived and worked in this house from 1833 to 1836.

Adresse

st. Malaya Morskaya 17

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/dom-lepena-na-maloj-morskoj/

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