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10 Naschokinsky lane
Poet Plescheev lived in this house in the XIX century. Characters of the “Pokrovskie Gates" movie play dominoes and chess, feel sadness and happiness, and dream in the courtyard of the building in the XX century.
Two-storey mansion in the classic style is built on the site of the Prechistenskaya police department building burned down in a fire in 1812.
Poet Plescheev lived in this house in 1860 for the short period of time.
Ivan Korovkin, the largest Moscow businessman and homeowner acquires the house at the end of the XIX century. Architect V.P. Zagorsky refinished the facades and redesigned interior of the building in 1884. Upon completion of the work the house is used as an apartment building and was rented out. Small apartments were for rent in the house.
Communal apartments were arranged here after the revolution just like in the majority of building in Moscow. Famous doctor M.P. Konchalovsky lived in one of the apartments in 1920s - 1930s.
This this house has become one of the main characters of the "Pokrovskie Gates" movie beloved by many. Characters of the “Pokrovskie Gates" movie play dominoes and chess, feel sadness and happiness, talking about life and dream in this courtyard.
Building was reconstructed for business center at the turn of XX-XXI centuries: the third floor was built up, another balcony facing Gogol Boulevard was added, facade was refinished and repainted.
Main house of the A.D. Neguneva - E.A. Ivanova - P.N. Ivanov’s city manor34 Sivtsev Vrazhek lane
Oddly enough, we know for sure that "night quiet, clear; new moon could be seen in front of the red roof of a large white house; there is little snow" on March 25, 1851 in Sivtsev Vrazhek. All this thanks to the inhabitants of the house number 34.