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Place Details

Yakov Schlossberg's estate

Bolshaya and Malaya Nikitsky Streets are a whole cluster of stunningly beautiful houses with a rich history. Many of them have now become residences of foreign ambassadors.

Jacob Schlossberg's estate stands at the corner of two streets. Yakov Schlossberg, a merchant of the first guild, was interested in architecture and construction and took a significant part in the creation of his houses himself.

The project was designed by Adolf Seligson, and at the beginning of the second decade of the 20th century, before the First World War, the estate was rebuilt. It was a light green building in the style of Seligson, close to French Art Nouveau. The manor house has something from the Renaissance, it is neat and small in size. At one time, everyone who has been here paid attention to unusual lanterns — the lamp seems to be held in its paws by a dragon. There is a garden adjacent to the building behind, which is also small, which can be seen both on Povarskaya Street and Skaryatinsky Lane. The fence that separates it from the rest of the world is made of stone and carefully plastered.

For some time now, the manor building has been firmly connected with the international relations of our country and other countries. It once housed a British merchant mission, and then the entire British embassy. After the British Mission, Jacob Schlossberg's estate housed the residence of the German ambassador. Even the Germans appreciated the historical significance and undeniable beauty of this building, and at the beginning of the 21st century, the estate was overhauled, preventing it from sliding into disrepair.

Bolshaya and Malaya Nikitsky Streets are a whole cluster of stunningly beautiful houses with a rich history. Many of them have now become residences of foreign ambassadors.

Jacob Schlossberg's estate stands at the corner of two streets. Yakov Schlossberg, a merchant of the first guild, was interested in architecture and construction and took a significant part in the creation of his houses himself.

The project was designed by Adolf Seligson, and at the beginning of the second decade of the 20th century, before the First World War, the estate was rebuilt. It was a light green building in the style of Seligson, close to French Art Nouveau. The manor house has something from the Renaissance, it is neat and small in size. At one time, everyone who has been here paid attention to unusual lanterns — the lamp seems to be held in its paws by a dragon. There is a garden adjacent to the building behind, which is also small, which can be seen both on Povarskaya Street and Skaryatinsky Lane. The fence that separates it from the rest of the world is made of stone and carefully plastered.

For some time now, the manor building has been firmly connected with the international relations of our country and other countries. It once housed a British merchant mission, and then the entire British embassy. After the British Mission, Jacob Schlossberg's estate housed the residence of the German ambassador. Even the Germans appreciated the historical significance and undeniable beauty of this building, and at the beginning of the 21st century, the estate was overhauled, preventing it from sliding into disrepair.

Bolshaya and Malaya Nikitsky Streets are a whole cluster of stunningly beautiful houses with a rich history. Many of them have now become residences of foreign ambassadors.

Jacob Schlossberg's estate stands at the corner of two streets. Yakov Schlossberg, a merchant of the first guild, was interested in architecture and construction and took a significant part in the creation of his houses himself.

The project was designed by Adolf Seligson, and at the beginning of the second decade of the 20th century, before the First World War, the estate was rebuilt. It was a light green building in the style of Seligson, close to French Art Nouveau. The manor house has something from the Renaissance, it is neat and small in size. At one time, everyone who has been here paid attention to unusual lanterns — the lamp seems to be held in its paws by a dragon. There is a garden adjacent to the building behind, which is also small, which can be seen both on Povarskaya Street and Skaryatinsky Lane. The fence that separates it from the rest of the world is made of stone and carefully plastered.

For some time now, the manor building has been firmly connected with the international relations of our country and other countries. It once housed a British merchant mission, and then the entire British embassy. After the British Mission, Jacob Schlossberg's estate housed the residence of the German ambassador. Even the Germans appreciated the historical significance and undeniable beauty of this building, and at the beginning of the 21st century, the estate was overhauled, preventing it from sliding into disrepair.

Address

Ul. Povarskaya, 46, bldg. 1

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/gorodskaya-usadba-yakova-shlossberga/

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