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19th Century Architecture Monument Taken down in Tutaev
13.07.2011 13:16
19th Century Architecture Monument Taken down in Tutaev

Waste ground, residue of bricks and a part of the base is all that has been left from a private mansion in the center of the ancient town of Tutaev.
      The condition of the 19th century architecture monument left much to be desired even earlier - 80 percent deterioration of the house was established back in 2000. Now it has been totally brought down. Local regional specialists and artists consider it to be an irreplaceable loss for the town.
      The house was built by the Lykovs merchants in the style of true classicism and was the town landmark - it was constructed in such a manner that its facade made a street corner, one side facing a cathedral, and another one facing a pond - artist Andrey Semenov tells.
      With a careless movement of somebodys hand the monument and the data on its architectural status has been razed to the ground.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Architecture Monuments Vandalism Tutaev   

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