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Bekhterev's House

Vladimir Mikhailovich Bekhterev, a well-known Russian psychiatrist, founder of the world's first scientific neurological center, master of Russian psychology and psychiatry, chose for his free pastime quiet places.

He inherited a small estate in the vicinity of St. Petersburg, called “Tikhiy Bereg” by the owner. And in 1914, already a world-famous scientist, Vladimir Mikhailovich built a half-timbered house for himself on Kamenny Island, the entire territory of which is occupied by [Tikhiy Otdykh Park] ( http://kudago.com/spb/place/park-tihij-otdyh/). Previously, large nobles and persons of the royal family settled there.

In the fifties of the twentieth century, the house was rebuilt in stone by architect Halperin, who preserved it in the neoclassical style. Bekhterev's tastes, apparently, were conservative, neighbors in the park at that time built cottages in the fashionable Art Nouveau style. This is one of several buildings of the beginning of the century in the Tikhiy Otdykh Park that have survived to us safe and sound.

Bekhterev's House is included in the list of historical and cultural monuments. A memorial plaque testifies to the residence of the great scientist in it from 1914 to 1927. Now there are several apartments in the building.

Vladimir Mikhailovich Bekhterev, a well-known Russian psychiatrist, founder of the world's first scientific neurological center, master of Russian psychology and psychiatry, chose for his free pastime quiet places.

He inherited a small estate in the vicinity of St. Petersburg, called “Tikhiy Bereg” by the owner. And in 1914, already a world-famous scientist, Vladimir Mikhailovich built a half-timbered house for himself on Kamenny Island, the entire territory of which is occupied by [Tikhiy Otdykh Park] ( http://kudago.com/spb/place/park-tihij-otdyh/). Previously, large nobles and persons of the royal family settled there.

In the fifties of the twentieth century, the house was rebuilt in stone by architect Halperin, who preserved it in the neoclassical style. Bekhterev's tastes, apparently, were conservative, neighbors in the park at that time built cottages in the fashionable Art Nouveau style. This is one of several buildings of the beginning of the century in the Tikhiy Otdykh Park that have survived to us safe and sound.

Bekhterev's House is included in the list of historical and cultural monuments. A memorial plaque testifies to the residence of the great scientist in it from 1914 to 1927. Now there are several apartments in the building.

Vladimir Mikhailovich Bekhterev, a well-known Russian psychiatrist, founder of the world's first scientific neurological center, master of Russian psychology and psychiatry, chose for his free pastime quiet places.

He inherited a small estate in the vicinity of St. Petersburg, called “Tikhiy Bereg” by the owner. And in 1914, already a world-famous scientist, Vladimir Mikhailovich built a half-timbered house for himself on Kamenny Island, the entire territory of which is occupied by [Tikhiy Otdykh Park] ( http://kudago.com/spb/place/park-tihij-otdyh/). Previously, large nobles and persons of the royal family settled there.

In the fifties of the twentieth century, the house was rebuilt in stone by architect Halperin, who preserved it in the neoclassical style. Bekhterev's tastes, apparently, were conservative, neighbors in the park at that time built cottages in the fashionable Art Nouveau style. This is one of several buildings of the beginning of the century in the Tikhiy Otdykh Park that have survived to us safe and sound.

Bekhterev's House is included in the list of historical and cultural monuments. A memorial plaque testifies to the residence of the great scientist in it from 1914 to 1927. Now there are several apartments in the building.

Address

25, Malaya Nevka Embankment

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/dom-behtereva/

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