Place Details

Place Details

Ordonanshaus

This three-story building, which is part of the architectural ensemble of Sadovaya Street, owes its unusual name to two languages: French and German. In a literal translation, the word ordinance means “order house”, which fully corresponds to the functional purpose of the building, which housed the Commandant's Office of St. Petersburg in the 19th century .

The design of Ordonanshaus, designed by architect Karl Rossi, uses elements traditional for late Russian classicism: a number of arcade galleries, a colonnade and Dorian columns. The basements of the building are crowned with original vaults.

Some pages of the life of the Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov are connected with Ordonansgauz. It was in this building from April 4 to April 25, 1840 that the poet was detained after his duel with Ernest de Barant, where he met with the Russian thinker Vissarion Belinsky.

This three-story building, which is part of the architectural ensemble of Sadovaya Street, owes its unusual name to two languages: French and German. In a literal translation, the word ordinance means “order house”, which fully corresponds to the functional purpose of the building, which housed the Commandant's Office of St. Petersburg in the 19th century .

The design of Ordonanshaus, designed by architect Karl Rossi, uses elements traditional for late Russian classicism: a number of arcade galleries, a colonnade and Dorian columns. The basements of the building are crowned with original vaults.

Some pages of the life of the Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov are connected with Ordonansgauz. It was in this building from April 4 to April 25, 1840 that the poet was detained after his duel with Ernest de Barant, where he met with the Russian thinker Vissarion Belinsky.

This three-story building, which is part of the architectural ensemble of Sadovaya Street, owes its unusual name to two languages: French and German. In a literal translation, the word ordinance means “order house”, which fully corresponds to the functional purpose of the building, which housed the Commandant's Office of St. Petersburg in the 19th century .

The design of Ordonanshaus, designed by architect Karl Rossi, uses elements traditional for late Russian classicism: a number of arcade galleries, a colonnade and Dorian columns. The basements of the building are crowned with original vaults.

Some pages of the life of the Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov are connected with Ordonansgauz. It was in this building from April 4 to April 25, 1840 that the poet was detained after his duel with Ernest de Barant, where he met with the Russian thinker Vissarion Belinsky.

Address

st. Sadovaya, d.3

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/zdanie-ordonansgauz/

Map

Сity tours