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Golitsyn Chamber

The Golitsyn Chambers are a clear confirmation of the popular opinion that they used to be built for centuries. Indeed, this architectural monument has survived the change of more than one generation, although this is also the merit of its reenactors.

By the way, during the reconstruction of the chambers, several interesting details were found: for example, it turned out that all three floors of the chambers were built in the 17th century. Previously, it was believed that only the first level of the building dates back to this time. In the second half of the 19th century, the buildings that made up Golitsyn's estate were expanded with the construction of extensions — it is in this type of chamber that residents and guests of modern Moscow can observe.

In 1909, a binding workshop was opened here, where Sergei Yesenin worked a few years later.

Some of the Golitsyn Chambers are still residential, and these are the oldest residential buildings that have survived in the capital.

The Golitsyn Chambers are a clear confirmation of the popular opinion that they used to be built for centuries. Indeed, this architectural monument has survived the change of more than one generation, although this is also the merit of its reenactors.

By the way, during the reconstruction of the chambers, several interesting details were found: for example, it turned out that all three floors of the chambers were built in the 17th century. Previously, it was believed that only the first level of the building dates back to this time. In the second half of the 19th century, the buildings that made up Golitsyn's estate were expanded with the construction of extensions — it is in this type of chamber that residents and guests of modern Moscow can observe.

In 1909, a binding workshop was opened here, where Sergei Yesenin worked a few years later.

Some of the Golitsyn Chambers are still residential, and these are the oldest residential buildings that have survived in the capital.

The Golitsyn Chambers are a clear confirmation of the popular opinion that they used to be built for centuries. Indeed, this architectural monument has survived the change of more than one generation, although this is also the merit of its reenactors.

By the way, during the reconstruction of the chambers, several interesting details were found: for example, it turned out that all three floors of the chambers were built in the 17th century. Previously, it was believed that only the first level of the building dates back to this time. In the second half of the 19th century, the buildings that made up Golitsyn's estate were expanded with the construction of extensions — it is in this type of chamber that residents and guests of modern Moscow can observe.

In 1909, a binding workshop was opened here, where Sergei Yesenin worked a few years later.

Some of the Golitsyn Chambers are still residential, and these are the oldest residential buildings that have survived in the capital.

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Krivokolenny Pereulok, 10

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