Pushkinskaya Street (Rostov-on-Don)

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Pushkinskaya Street
Street Pushkin Restaurant Assembly Rostov.jpg
The Mansion of Pavel Kramer on Pushkinskaya Street
Native nameПушкинская улица
Length3.45 km (2.14 mi)
LocationRostov-on-Don, Russia
Coordinates47°13′20″N 39°42′3″E / 47.22222°N 39.70083°E / 47.22222; 39.70083
Pushkinskaya street in the late 19th — early 20th century

Pushkinskaya Street (Russian: Пушкинская улица) is one of the main streets in Rostov-on-Don. The street is named after the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Many old houses, university buildings and the Don State Public Library are located on this street. The Pushkinskaya Street is a green boulevard, it goes parallel to the Don River.

History[edit]

The street was formed in the second half of the 19th century and was originally named Kuznetskaya (Blacksmith). In 1885 it was named Pushkinskaya in honor of the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, who visited Rostov-on-Don several times.[1]

At the beginning of the 20th century Pushkinskaya Street became the second most important after the Bolshaya Sadovaya Street. In 1904 electric streetlights appeared on the street. The houses on the street were built by the best architects of the city.[2]

In 1959 the Monument to Alexander Pushkin was erected on the street.[3]

Notable buildings and structures[edit]

Number Picture Description
13 The Bakulin's apartment house. It is a monument of civil architecture of the late 19th century.
47 Гостевой дом августейших особ.JPG The Reznichenko House was built in the late 1890s in neo-baroque style. It is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[4]
51 ДД ВС Пукшкарева - Пушкинская,51 DSCN0239.JPG The Kushnarev House was built in the early 1900s. It was a revenue house, and belonged to the famous Rostov manufacturer Vasiliy Semyonovich Kushnarev. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[5]
65 Rostov 3.jpg The Mnatsakanova House was built in 1911-1915. It was a revenue house. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[6]
75 Доходный дом А.П. Ливус.JPG The Lashch revenue house was built in the early 20th century. It is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
78 The house was built in 1960. Poets A. G. Garnackeryan, A. P. Olenich-Gnenenko and writer G. F. Sholokhov-Sinyavsky lived here.
79 Особняк И А Супрунова н 20 в.JPG The Suprunov's Mansion was built in the early 20th century. It is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
83 Доходный дом Е.М. Шпильрейн.JPG The Mansion of Eva Spielrein was built in 1897. Sabina Nikolayevna Spielrein, who later became a famous psychoanalyst, spent her childhood here. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
89/57 Rostov on don 1.jpg The House of Ivan Zvorykin was built in 1914 by the architect Vasily Popov. The mayor of Rostov-on-Don Ivan Zvorykin and the playwright Vladimir Kirshon lived here. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
93 ЖД МГ Гавала к 19 в - Пушкинская,93 DSCN0212.JPG The Gavala's Residential House was built in the late 19th century. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
106 Доходный Дом Бостригиных, 1914 год.jpg The Bostrikiny House was built in 1914 in the Art Nouveau style. It is today one of the Sberbank's offices. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
114 Street Pushkin Restaurant Assembly Rostov.jpg The Mansion of Pavel Kramer was built in the 1910's. Today it is a restaurant. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[8]
115 Особняк Домбровского 1.jpg The Rostov Regional Museum of Fine Arts is located in Petrov's mansion, built in the late 19th century. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
116 Доходный Дом Л.Н. Кремер, 1900 год. Ростов-на-Дону.jpg The revenue house of Pavel Kramer was built in the 1900's. The building is considered to be an object of cultural heritage.[7]
148 Особняк книгоиздателя Н Е Парамонова 1914 г (библиотека ЮФУ) 1.JPG The Paramonov mansion was built in 1914 for the book publisher Nikolai Paramonov. The mansion was designed by the architect Leonid Aeberg. The building is currently occupied by the Y.A. Zhdanov Scientific Library of Southern Federal University.[9] The house is of Neoclassicist style and is considered to be an object of cultural heritage of federal importance.[10]
175а DGPB Rostov-on-Don.jpg The Don State Public Library.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rostov-on-Don 2018 — Pushkinskaya Street. welcome2018.com
  2. ^ Улицы Ростова. Пушкинская. Централизованная библиотечная система Ростова-на-Дону (in Russian)
  3. ^ Памятник А. С. Пушкину, Ростов-на-Дону. Изготовление памятников (in Russian). Retrieved 2017-01-21.
  4. ^ "Ростов-на-Дону (объекты культурного наследия регионального значения)" (in Russian). Официальный портал Правительства Ростовской области. Retrieved 2013-09-23.
  5. ^ "Перечень объектов культурного наследия регионального значения (памятников истории, архитектуры, монументального искусства)" (in Russian). Официальный портал Правительства Ростовской области. Retrieved 2017-11-05.
  6. ^ "Ростов-на-Дону (объекты культурного наследия регионального значения)" (in Russian). Официальный портал Правительства Ростовской области.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "Ростов-на-Дону (объекты культурного наследия регионального значения)" (in Russian). Официальный портал Правительства Ростовской области. Retrieved 2013-09-23.
  8. ^ "Об объявлении недвижимых памятников истории и культуры города Ростова-на-Дону под охраной органов местного самоуправления" (in Russian). zakon.7law.info. Retrieved 2013-11-24.
  9. ^ Анастасия Быченкова (2012-10-04). "В центре Ростова реконструируют научную библиотеку ЮФУ". donnews.ru. Retrieved 2013-08-11.
  10. ^ http://old.kulturnoe-nasledie.ru/monuments.php?id=6110006000 Министерство культуры РФ. № 6110006000

Bibliography[edit]

  • Волошинова Л. Ф. Пушкинская улица. — Ростов-на-Дону: «Донской издательский дом», 2000. — ISBN 5-87688-250-X.