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Architecture Monument Burned Down in Irkutsk
15.04.2014 22:38
Architecture Monument Burned Down in Irkutsk

A guest house of the well-known Moscow merchant Kirikov was destroyed by fire in Irkutsk.

      The estate located in Babushkina Street caught on fire from the inside, eyewitnesses tell. The fire instantly spread all over the wooden building. There was a real threat of fire for the wooden houses next to the manor.

      The house was officially considered uninhabited, all the tenants were resettled several months ago. However, the firefighters saved a ninety-year-old woman with a dog from the first floor and evacuated two homeless men from the ground floor.

      The wooden manor built in the late 19th century was registered on the list of cultural heritage sites as a newly recognized architecture monument.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Irkutsk Architecture Monuments Merchant Houses   

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