Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Savva Yakovlev's house

In 1810, a workshop producing marble and gypsum products was opened in the house, which at that time was the largest residential building in St. Petersburg.

At the end of the 19th century, the famous Russian writer and literary critic Vsevolod Garshin lived in the former house of Yakovlev, in one of the many apartments. At the beginning of the 20th century, the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky often visited the building that housed the Russian Telegraph Agency at that time. The “Menagerie Theatre”, which demonstrated unique live pictures, also gathered the audience here.

The former house of Savva Yakovlev is well known to many citizens of the older generation, because during the Soviet era, the Dieta store housed its windows - one of the few places in the city where you can buy scarce fish and meat.

In 1810, a workshop producing marble and gypsum products was opened in the house, which at that time was the largest residential building in St. Petersburg.

At the end of the 19th century, the famous Russian writer and literary critic Vsevolod Garshin lived in the former house of Yakovlev, in one of the many apartments. At the beginning of the 20th century, the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky often visited the building that housed the Russian Telegraph Agency at that time. The “Menagerie Theatre”, which demonstrated unique live pictures, also gathered the audience here.

The former house of Savva Yakovlev is well known to many citizens of the older generation, because during the Soviet era, the Dieta store housed its windows - one of the few places in the city where you can buy scarce fish and meat.

In 1810, a workshop producing marble and gypsum products was opened in the house, which at that time was the largest residential building in St. Petersburg.

At the end of the 19th century, the famous Russian writer and literary critic Vsevolod Garshin lived in the former house of Yakovlev, in one of the many apartments. At the beginning of the 20th century, the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky often visited the building that housed the Russian Telegraph Agency at that time. The “Menagerie Theatre”, which demonstrated unique live pictures, also gathered the audience here.

The former house of Savva Yakovlev is well known to many citizens of the older generation, because during the Soviet era, the Dieta store housed its windows - one of the few places in the city where you can buy scarce fish and meat.

Adresse

st. Sadovaya, 38

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/dom-savvy-yakovleva/

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