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Historical Building Demolished in Front of Police in Yekaterinburg
10.12.2014 16:35
Historical Building Demolished in Front of Police in Yekaterinburg

Historical building in Kuibyshev Street, Yekaterinburg was brought to pieces on the night of December 9.

      The day before the municipal organs forbade demolition on request of public figures.  The builder Forum Groups made the first attempt of demolition at about 2 pm the previous day. The company plans to demolish four wooden estates, namely Houses No. 23 and No. 25 in Kuibyshev Street and Houses 106 and 108 in the Sacco and Vanzetti Street.

      Volunteers protecting historical buildings arrived on the site just in time. They managed to prevent demolition with the help of police. Later public men addressed the Ministry of the State Property Control and ordered cultural and historical expert evaluation of the building that was to be completed by December 30. In this regard the Ministry prohibited the demolition.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Yekaterinburg Architecture Historical Buildings Vandalism   

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