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Bykovs House in Moscow to Become a Monument
20.01.2012 13:12
Bykovs House in Moscow to Become a Monument

Department of Moscow Cultural Heritage (Mosgornasledie) has decided to make Bykovs House a cultural heritage site, the Departments press-service informs.
      Shortly before the New Years holidays the user of the unique building - the Institute of Computer-Aided Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences attempted to start on the given site illegal works, which were stopped by Mosgornasledie with the support of city defenders movement.
      Bykovs House at the address 19/18, 2nd Brestskaya Street was constructed by the well-known architect Lev Kekushev and is one of the most expressive samples of the Moscow art nouveau style.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Architecture Monuments Moscow Architecture Old Moscow   

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