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Anton Chekhov Hotel in Ulan-Ude to Be Restored
21.08.2013 16:00
Anton Chekhov Hotel in Ulan-Ude to Be Restored

Pti-Hotel - one of the first hotels of Verkhneudinsk (now Ulan-Ude) designed by the local architect Golynsky - will be demolited and then restored.

      The two-storeyed stone building was constructed in the 1870s.  Anton Pavlovich Chekhov was staying in the hotel in 1890 on the way to Sakhalin.

      The building, which is being demolished now, was reconstructed after the revolution of 1917, and then due to money shortage only a small part of it was restored.  The full project of the building has remained in the state archive.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Anton Chekhov Architecture Monuments Russian Literature Ulan-Ude  

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