Place Details

Place Details

Historical and Archival Institute

The project of the new building of the Synodal Printing House was compiled by architect I. Mironovsky. The front part of the house is made in a pseudo-Gothic style using decorative elements that were present in the buildings of the ancient Printing Yard. A lion and a unicorn are depicted above the main entrance, the outer facade is decorated with columns twisted with grapes, and the upper part of the house has an image of a sundial.

In the first decade of the last century, the Synodal Printing House included more than ten printing departments, a management office, and shops selling books. Booksellers and booksellers served here, and more than 300 masters were employed in printing. A store was opened at the printing house, where books were sold wholesale and retail, and the printed products published here were delivered to Kremlin shops and some Moscow markets.

In the post-revolutionary period, the Synodal Printing House was closed, its building housed the Goznak printing house, and then the Historical and Archival Institute was located here.

The project of the new building of the Synodal Printing House was compiled by architect I. Mironovsky. The front part of the house is made in a pseudo-Gothic style using decorative elements that were present in the buildings of the ancient Printing Yard. A lion and a unicorn are depicted above the main entrance, the outer facade is decorated with columns twisted with grapes, and the upper part of the house has an image of a sundial.

In the first decade of the last century, the Synodal Printing House included more than ten printing departments, a management office, and shops selling books. Booksellers and booksellers served here, and more than 300 masters were employed in printing. A store was opened at the printing house, where books were sold wholesale and retail, and the printed products published here were delivered to Kremlin shops and some Moscow markets.

In the post-revolutionary period, the Synodal Printing House was closed, its building housed the Goznak printing house, and then the Historical and Archival Institute was located here.

The project of the new building of the Synodal Printing House was compiled by architect I. Mironovsky. The front part of the house is made in a pseudo-Gothic style using decorative elements that were present in the buildings of the ancient Printing Yard. A lion and a unicorn are depicted above the main entrance, the outer facade is decorated with columns twisted with grapes, and the upper part of the house has an image of a sundial.

In the first decade of the last century, the Synodal Printing House included more than ten printing departments, a management office, and shops selling books. Booksellers and booksellers served here, and more than 300 masters were employed in printing. A store was opened at the printing house, where books were sold wholesale and retail, and the printed products published here were delivered to Kremlin shops and some Moscow markets.

In the post-revolutionary period, the Synodal Printing House was closed, its building housed the Goznak printing house, and then the Historical and Archival Institute was located here.

Address

st. Nikolskaya, 15, bldg. 1

Timetable

Mon—Fri 10:00 — 18:00

Phone

+7 495 625-50-19

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/byvshaya-sinodalnaya-tipografiya/

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