Place Details

Place Details

Lepyoshkins' manor

This majestic, richly decorated stucco building with six columns was built in the last decades of the 18th century. In the 19th century, interior items were added to the rooms of the estate, wings were added to the main house and the estate was surrounded by a stone fence.

The owner of this estate, merchant Lepeshkin, was a famous manufactory industrialist, owner of spinning mills and a very prominent person in Moscow. In addition to trading activities, he paid great attention to charity, donated large sums of money to churches, poor and poor students.

After the October Revolution, the Lepeshkin estate was nationalized and housed the Red Army Command Courses, where, however, Arkady Gaidar studied for only one day, as written in his of the novel “In the Days of Defeats and Victories”. In the early 1920s, the Biological Institute named after A. Timiryazev, where Academician Navashin worked. Today, the Institute of Astronomy is located in the building of the former estate.

This majestic, richly decorated stucco building with six columns was built in the last decades of the 18th century. In the 19th century, interior items were added to the rooms of the estate, wings were added to the main house and the estate was surrounded by a stone fence.

The owner of this estate, merchant Lepeshkin, was a famous manufactory industrialist, owner of spinning mills and a very prominent person in Moscow. In addition to trading activities, he paid great attention to charity, donated large sums of money to churches, poor and poor students.

After the October Revolution, the Lepeshkin estate was nationalized and housed the Red Army Command Courses, where, however, Arkady Gaidar studied for only one day, as written in his of the novel “In the Days of Defeats and Victories”. In the early 1920s, the Biological Institute named after A. Timiryazev, where Academician Navashin worked. Today, the Institute of Astronomy is located in the building of the former estate.

This majestic, richly decorated stucco building with six columns was built in the last decades of the 18th century. In the 19th century, interior items were added to the rooms of the estate, wings were added to the main house and the estate was surrounded by a stone fence.

The owner of this estate, merchant Lepeshkin, was a famous manufactory industrialist, owner of spinning mills and a very prominent person in Moscow. In addition to trading activities, he paid great attention to charity, donated large sums of money to churches, poor and poor students.

After the October Revolution, the Lepeshkin estate was nationalized and housed the Red Army Command Courses, where, however, Arkady Gaidar studied for only one day, as written in his of the novel “In the Days of Defeats and Victories”. In the early 1920s, the Biological Institute named after A. Timiryazev, where Academician Navashin worked. Today, the Institute of Astronomy is located in the building of the former estate.

Address

st. Pyatnitskaya 48

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/usadba-lepyoshkinyh/

Map

Сity tours