Place Details

Place Details

manor house N. N. Muravyova

Passing along St. Petersburg's Obukhovskaya Oborony Avenue, you can not pay attention to the four-story yellow building at the corner with Zheleznodorozhnaya Street. Meanwhile, this is a historic building, and the place was inhabited long before the construction of St. Petersburg. Back in the year 1,500, there was a village with six yards.

And in the nineteenth century, these lands belonged to the Muravyov family, glorified by the famous diplomat, the first governor of Eastern Siberia, Nikolai Muravyov-Amursky, who annexed to Russia without a single shot Priamurye, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Krai. This house was the main building in the Muravyov estate. The front yard was bordered by two side single-storey wings, at the entrance protruding forward and emphasized by a portico with columns, there were two sculptures of sphinxes.

By the beginning of the twentieth century, the territory of St. Petersburg had spread to these places. The house was surrounded by factories and served as a cab yard. And in the middle of the century it was rebuilt as a communal apartment. You can guess about its former greatness by entering the courtyard, where the columns are still preserved, and by looking into the central front, spacious, with vaulted ceilings supported by four-sided columns.

Passing along St. Petersburg's Obukhovskaya Oborony Avenue, you can not pay attention to the four-story yellow building at the corner with Zheleznodorozhnaya Street. Meanwhile, this is a historic building, and the place was inhabited long before the construction of St. Petersburg. Back in the year 1,500, there was a village with six yards.

And in the nineteenth century, these lands belonged to the Muravyov family, glorified by the famous diplomat, the first governor of Eastern Siberia, Nikolai Muravyov-Amursky, who annexed to Russia without a single shot Priamurye, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Krai. This house was the main building in the Muravyov estate. The front yard was bordered by two side single-storey wings, at the entrance protruding forward and emphasized by a portico with columns, there were two sculptures of sphinxes.

By the beginning of the twentieth century, the territory of St. Petersburg had spread to these places. The house was surrounded by factories and served as a cab yard. And in the middle of the century it was rebuilt as a communal apartment. You can guess about its former greatness by entering the courtyard, where the columns are still preserved, and by looking into the central front, spacious, with vaulted ceilings supported by four-sided columns.

Passing along St. Petersburg's Obukhovskaya Oborony Avenue, you can not pay attention to the four-story yellow building at the corner with Zheleznodorozhnaya Street. Meanwhile, this is a historic building, and the place was inhabited long before the construction of St. Petersburg. Back in the year 1,500, there was a village with six yards.

And in the nineteenth century, these lands belonged to the Muravyov family, glorified by the famous diplomat, the first governor of Eastern Siberia, Nikolai Muravyov-Amursky, who annexed to Russia without a single shot Priamurye, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Krai. This house was the main building in the Muravyov estate. The front yard was bordered by two side single-storey wings, at the entrance protruding forward and emphasized by a portico with columns, there were two sculptures of sphinxes.

By the beginning of the twentieth century, the territory of St. Petersburg had spread to these places. The house was surrounded by factories and served as a cab yard. And in the middle of the century it was rebuilt as a communal apartment. You can guess about its former greatness by entering the courtyard, where the columns are still preserved, and by looking into the central front, spacious, with vaulted ceilings supported by four-sided columns.

Address

Obukhovskoy Oborony Ave, 143

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/usadebnyj-dom-n-n-muraveva/

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