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Garrison Manege in Pushkin Dropped from Monument Status
19.11.2014 12:41
Garrison Manege in Pushkin Dropped from Monument Status

Historical Garrison Manege in the Gusarskaya Street in Pushkin has been excluded from the list of monuments.

      The building was constructed in the early 20th century. It was even mentioned in diaries of Nicholas II.

      “I visited the garrison manege and reviewed infantry battalions 84 and 192 that consist of 3856 young soldiers” - the tsar wrote once.

      However, new two-storeyed bulks were attached to the northern and southern sides of the building in the Soviet era. Only one wall and ruins of the Manege have remained. An expert evaluation did not reveal any signs of an architecture monument and so Garrison Manege lost its status of honour.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Pushkin Leningrad Region Tsarskoye Selo Architecture Monuments  

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