Sobyanin said that more than 50 restored architectural monuments will be opened in Moscow
Residents and guests of Moscow in 2023 will be able to visit more than 50 restored architectural monuments. This was announced on Tuesday, May 2, by the mayor of the capital, Sergei Sobyanin.
In his Telegram channel, the mayor reportedthat examples of outstanding works are annually included in the program of the Days of Historical and Cultural Heritage. The mayor stressed that a separate cycle of events is dedicated to them – “Restoration of Heritage”. Among the 50 restored architectural monuments, Sobyanin singled out:
- The main house of the city estate of Sumarokov – Tyulyaeva. It is located on Zabelina street;
- The Novikov-Sveshnikova Mansion is an unusual building located on Bolshaya Polyanka. The structure looks like a small medieval castle, the mayor noted;
- The main house of the Vasilchikov estate on Bolshaya Nikitskaya street. According to Sobyanin, the comprehensive restoration was completed in 2019;
- Manor Muravyov-Apostolov. The building is located on Staraya Basmannaya Street.
In addition, the capital’s mayor said that beautiful views of Moscow would open from the bell tower of the Vysoko-Petrovsky Monastery, restored in 2018. He pointed out that the tours will also take place in the Theater on Bronnaya, the Literary Institute, the building of Bakery No. 5, and other objects that were recently opened after restoration.
As Profile.ru reported, in Moscow restoration work has begun in the residential building of S.V. Melnikov – P.F. Emelyanova – Topleninov in Mansurovsky Lane in Moscow. The building has the status of an object of cultural heritage of regional significance.