Place Details

Place Details

Lepyoshkinsky School

At the beginning of the 19th century, the owner of one of the houses on Pyatnitskaya Street was State Councilor Kurbatova. Subsequently, this building was purchased by the famous merchant Lepyoshkin living next door, completed two floors to the house and handed it over to his daughter-in-law Varvara Yakovlevna, who located a school for seamstresses and governesses here. Girls from insolvent families entered this institution. In subsequent years, the school was taken over by the city. When the Bolsheviks came to power, the Lepeshkinsky School, like most similar institutions, ceased to exist.

In the 1930s, the Institute of Geophysics was located here, headed by Otto Yulievich Schmidt. During the Second World War, the house of the former Lepyoshkinsky School was destroyed and in the postwar years it was not rebuilt. Today, on this territory you can only see a small extension surrounded by a fence, preserved from the Lepyoshkin house built at the end of the 19th century.

At the beginning of the 19th century, the owner of one of the houses on Pyatnitskaya Street was State Councilor Kurbatova. Subsequently, this building was purchased by the famous merchant Lepyoshkin living next door, completed two floors to the house and handed it over to his daughter-in-law Varvara Yakovlevna, who located a school for seamstresses and governesses here. Girls from insolvent families entered this institution. In subsequent years, the school was taken over by the city. When the Bolsheviks came to power, the Lepeshkinsky School, like most similar institutions, ceased to exist.

In the 1930s, the Institute of Geophysics was located here, headed by Otto Yulievich Schmidt. During the Second World War, the house of the former Lepyoshkinsky School was destroyed and in the postwar years it was not rebuilt. Today, on this territory you can only see a small extension surrounded by a fence, preserved from the Lepyoshkin house built at the end of the 19th century.

At the beginning of the 19th century, the owner of one of the houses on Pyatnitskaya Street was State Councilor Kurbatova. Subsequently, this building was purchased by the famous merchant Lepyoshkin living next door, completed two floors to the house and handed it over to his daughter-in-law Varvara Yakovlevna, who located a school for seamstresses and governesses here. Girls from insolvent families entered this institution. In subsequent years, the school was taken over by the city. When the Bolsheviks came to power, the Lepeshkinsky School, like most similar institutions, ceased to exist.

In the 1930s, the Institute of Geophysics was located here, headed by Otto Yulievich Schmidt. During the Second World War, the house of the former Lepyoshkinsky School was destroyed and in the postwar years it was not rebuilt. Today, on this territory you can only see a small extension surrounded by a fence, preserved from the Lepyoshkin house built at the end of the 19th century.

Address

st. Pyatnitskaya, d.50

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/lepyoshkinskoe-uchilishe/

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