Shtrimer Pharmacy

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Shtrimer Pharmacy
Native name
Russian: Аптека Штримера
2013 Taganrog Apt Shtrimera.jpg
LocationPetrovskaya Street, 61, Taganrog, Rostov oblast, Russia
OwnerMoses Shtrimer
Shtrimer Pharmacy is located in Russia
Shtrimer Pharmacy
Location of Shtrimer Pharmacy in Russia

Shtrimer Pharmacy (Russian: Аптека Штримера) is an old mansion in Taganrog (Petrovskaya Street, 61, at the time of construction in 1871 - Petrovskaya St., 33).


The brick one-story building was built according to the drawings of 1871 for the pharmacist Moses (Mikhail) Osipovich Shtrimer.[1] In the 1870s from his cellars was allowed the sale of bottles of Caucasian mineral waters.[1]

After the death of Shtrimer in February 1880 at the age of 44 years, the estate was taken over by his wife Nadezhda Davydovna Shtrimer.[2] She lived with her children Alexander (1866) and Pelene (1869) until 1925 year.[1] The pharmacy shop continued to operate. Extremely rare case for Taganrog when from the date of construction in 1872 until municipalization in 1925, the house belonged to one family.[1]

In 1912 in the building was the "Great Petrovsky Pharmacy N. Shtrimer", in which a pharmacist M. A. Varinberg worked as a tenant. The pharmacy offered proprietary products and items for the care of patients, as well as natural mineral waters.

In 1912 in the basement was a barbecue "Ararat".

In the days of the German occupation (1941-1943) there was a registry office in which by order of the German authorities, was prescribed obligatory registration of all citizens before Church ceremonies of baptism, marriage and burial.[1]

Today, in the building is located department № 15 of the Office of the Federal Treasury across the Rostov region.

Architectural features[edit]

Shtrimera's one-and-a-half-story mansion stands out from the urban environment using Baroque Revival architecture.[3]

Famous inhabitants[edit]

Parnokh Yakov Solomonovich (1847-1912) - pharmacist, pharmacy owner, member of Taganrog city duma, honorary citizen of Taganrog.[4]


  1. ^ a b c d e Гаврюшкин О. П. (2000). Вдоль по Питерской (Хроника обывательской жизни). Таганрог:: БАННЭРплюс. p. 436.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  2. ^ Коллектив авторов (2014-01-01). Российский Медицинский список на 1908 год (in Russian). Рипол Классик. ISBN 9785458645584.
  3. ^ Григорян М. Е., Решетников В. К (2013). Таганрог. История архитектуры и градостроительства конца XVII — начала XX века. Ростов н/Д: Омега-Принт.
  4. ^ Парнах А. В. (2007). Заметки о моём отце // «Серебряный век» в Крыму: взгляд из XXI столетия: Материалы Четвёртых Герцыковских чтений в г. Судаке 6—10 июня 2005 года. М.—Симферополь—Судак:: Дом-музей Марины Цветаевой, КЦГУ. p. 304. ISBN 5-93015-032-X.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)