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Bavarian courtyard on Furshtatskaya

A copy of the Bavarian city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber appeared on Furshtatskaya Street in early September 2017. Local residents, with the support of St. Petersburg officials, transformed the local courtyard so that hikers would have a place to relax, guides to surprise, and Instagram fans to try another one location.

The yellow house, surrounded by greenery and majestic trees, invites you to sit on a cozy bench. By the way, the most attentive will find one small difference between the original St. Petersburg — a cat looking out of the window of the second floor. This animal is not an ordinary animal, but from the plot “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” by Nikolai Leskov, and it turned out not to be a coincidence: the fact is that the writer lived on Furshtatskaya for 50 whole six years — from 1889 to 1895.

The Consulate General of Germany, as well as the diplomatic missions of Spain, the United States and the Republic of Cyprus, are located not far from the Bavarian courtyard. You can get into the courtyard with the locals.

A copy of the Bavarian city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber appeared on Furshtatskaya Street in early September 2017. Local residents, with the support of St. Petersburg officials, transformed the local courtyard so that hikers would have a place to relax, guides to surprise, and Instagram fans to try another one location.

The yellow house, surrounded by greenery and majestic trees, invites you to sit on a cozy bench. By the way, the most attentive will find one small difference between the original St. Petersburg — a cat looking out of the window of the second floor. This animal is not an ordinary animal, but from the plot “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” by Nikolai Leskov, and it turned out not to be a coincidence: the fact is that the writer lived on Furshtatskaya for 50 whole six years — from 1889 to 1895.

The Consulate General of Germany, as well as the diplomatic missions of Spain, the United States and the Republic of Cyprus, are located not far from the Bavarian courtyard. You can get into the courtyard with the locals.

A copy of the Bavarian city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber appeared on Furshtatskaya Street in early September 2017. Local residents, with the support of St. Petersburg officials, transformed the local courtyard so that hikers would have a place to relax, guides to surprise, and Instagram fans to try another one location.

The yellow house, surrounded by greenery and majestic trees, invites you to sit on a cozy bench. By the way, the most attentive will find one small difference between the original St. Petersburg — a cat looking out of the window of the second floor. This animal is not an ordinary animal, but from the plot “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” by Nikolai Leskov, and it turned out not to be a coincidence: the fact is that the writer lived on Furshtatskaya for 50 whole six years — from 1889 to 1895.

The Consulate General of Germany, as well as the diplomatic missions of Spain, the United States and the Republic of Cyprus, are located not far from the Bavarian courtyard. You can get into the courtyard with the locals.

Address

st. Furshtatskaya 50

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/dostoprimechatelnost-dvorik-na-furshtatskoj/

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