Mansion Dostoevsky Street 19
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The building is located next to the Dostoevsky Museum-Apartment, the Yesenin Center, Grandfather Durov's Corner and Catherine Park. A 5-minute drive to the Third Ring Road and the Garden Ring Road. The nearest metro station is Dostoevskaya, which is a 5-minute walk away.
The neoclassical mansion was built in 1910 by the architect Nikolai Zherikhov and belonged to the lawyer Ivan Manuilov. The entrance portal is decorated with a decorative arch with rich stucco decoration; there is a symbolic image of a lyre in the center of the composition. The crowning section quotes the Panathenian procession of the Parthenon's sculptural friezes. Wreaths and palmettes are scattered along the facades. Some of the bas-reliefs have survived on the walls of the premises. The mansion is currently a cultural heritage site of regional importance.