Audioguía

Audioguía“Pushkinskaya - boulevard of arts”

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  1. Resumen de audiotour
  2. Resumen de audiotour

    Pushkinskaya Street with the broad boulevard line along the center is a favorite place for Rostov residents. The street is 3.5 km long.

    The street was named to commemorate Alexander Pushkin, genius of Russian poetry who traveled together with General Rayevskiy’s family via Dimitriy Rostovskiy’s fortress to Caucasus. This former Kuznetskaya Street was marked in the city plan of 1811. Forging shops began disappearing by the mid-19th century and were replaced by mansions and rental houses of Rostov merchants. Some of these buildings represent cultural monuments and have the historical value.

    A walk along Pushkinskaya Street is a genuine contact with various arts, from the garden art to cinema.

  3. 1 Cinema House, 215, Pushkinskaya St.
  4. 2 Richard Sorge’s bust, 190, Pushkinskaya St.
  5. 3 Busts of veteran writers Mikhail Sholokhov, Anatoliy Kalinin and Vitaliy Zakrutkin, opposite 160, Pushkinskaya St.
  6. 4 Greek Temple of the Annunciation, 57B, Kirovskiy Prospekt
  7. 5 Don State Public Library, 175A, Pushkinskaya St.
  8. 6 The memorial cross in honor of Saints Cyril and Methodius
  9. 7 Zonal Scientific Library (Nikolay Paramonov’s mansion), 148, Pushkinskaya St.
  10. 8 Assembly (Pavel Kramer’s mansion), 114, Pushkinskaya St.
  11. 9 Alexander Pushkin’s monument, intersection of Pushkinskaya Street and Voroshilovskiy Prospekt
  12. 10 Regional Museum of Fine Arts (S.V. Petrova’s mansion), 115, Pushkinskaya St.
  13. 11 Ivan Zvorykin’s mansion, 89, Pushkinskaya St.
  14. 12 Eva Spielrein’s mansion, 83, Pushkinskaya St.
  1. Resumen de audiotour

    Pushkinskaya Street with the broad boulevard line along the center is a favorite place for Rostov residents. The street is 3.5 km long.

    The street was named to commemorate Alexander Pushkin, genius of Russian poetry who traveled together with General Rayevskiy’s family via Dimitriy Rostovskiy’s fortress to Caucasus. This former Kuznetskaya Street was marked in the city plan of 1811. Forging shops began disappearing by the mid-19th century and were replaced by mansions and rental houses of Rostov merchants. Some of these buildings represent cultural monuments and have the historical value.

    A walk along Pushkinskaya Street is a genuine contact with various arts, from the garden art to cinema.

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  • Таня

    5 out of 5 rating 09-13-2019

    Познавательно, интересно, благодарим. На последней точке уже нет art галереи, здесь багетная мастерская