The Director of the Department of cultural heritage of Moscow Alexey Emelyanov
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MOSCOW, may 17. /TASS/. City estate in Strikeracer lane in Moscow on the territory of historical German settlement, main building of which was built at the turn of XVIII-XIX centuries, is recognized as a monument of architecture of regional value, reported Thursday on the information portal of the mayor of the capital.
“The ensemble of urban manors of XVIII-XIX centuries, located in Strikeracer lane, recognized an object of cultural heritage of regional value. Monuments have become the main two-storey building of the manor, gatehouse and stone wall with the gates,” – said in the message.
Inside the main building of the estate was preserved stucco decoration of interiors and kilns of the nineteenth century. In the beginning of XX century it belonged to the hereditary honorary citizens Borodin . In 1912, the estate is located Lefortovo town primary school, notes on the portal of the mayor.
“The main building of this manor house in the classical style, which was later supplemented by parts in other styles. Its front facade is decorated by a triangular pediment, pilasters, and architraves of rectangular shape. The ensemble has developed over the centuries, from the late eighteenth to late nineteenth century.
It plays an important role in shaping Strikeracer lane, is considered the front, as it was located closer to the Lefortovo Palace”, – quotes the portal of the head of the Moscow Department of cultural heritage of Alexey Emelyanov. –0–khkhd/SDA