Vladivostok — Svetlanskaya street

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Svetlanskaya Street is the oldest and most interesting street in terms of architecture of Vladivostok.

Former National Hotel
Former National Hotel and Profitable House of V.K. Goldenstedt, Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya Str. 11. The building was built in 1907, architect Vladimir Karlovich Goldenstedt (his first major work). Outwardly, it looks like the building of the Moscow department store of the Mur and Merliz Trading House (now the Central Department Store).

Pre-revolutionary houses on Svetlanskaya street



Pre-revolutionary houses on Svetlanskaya street - No. 15, 15a, 17 (from left to right).

House 15 - Former I. Galecki Theater, 1906. Nowadays - Primorsky Regional Philharmonic.

House 15a - 1876 Currently - Youth Theater.

house 17 - the former home of the Chinese Katchan (~1908),

Former Kunst & Albers Store

Former Kunst & Albers store, Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya St., 35.

After the reconstruction of a two-story building with redevelopment and reconstruction into a four-story building, in this building, in addition to steam heating, telephones, an elevator and other amenities, for the first time in Siberia and the Far East, they conducted their own electric lighting.

Commemorative plaque on the site of the house of the first resident of Vladivostok
A commemorative plaque on the site of the house of the first resident of Vladivostok, Yakov Lazarevich Semenov. Vladivostok, between the houses on Svetlanskaya street 38/40 and 44.

Vladivostok Post Office
Vladivostok Post Office, Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya St., 41. The building was built in 1897 - 1899 for the postal and telegraph service.

Monument to Eleanor Lord Prey
Monument to Eleanor Lord Prey near the house number 41 on Svetlanskaya street. The house of this American, who lived in Vladivostok, was a little higher.

Nikolaev Triumphal Gate
Nikolaev Triumphal Gate, Vladivostok, Admiral's Square.

The Arc de Triomphe was built in honor of the arrival of Tsarevich Nikolai in the city in 1891 and demolished in June 1927 by order of the Vladivostok District Executive Committee. In 2002 - 2003, an exact copy was built.

Nikolaev Triumphal Gate

Church of the Holy Apostle Andrew the First-Called
Church of the Holy Apostle Andrew the First-Called, Vladivostok, Admiral Square. The main temple of the Pacific Fleet, consecrated May 12, 2005.

Monument to St. Ilya Muromets
Monument to St. Ilya Muromets, Vladivostok, Admiral's Square. The sculpture was installed in 2012, sculptor: K. M. Zinich.

Society for the Study of the Amur Region



Society for the Study of the Amur Territory, Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya Street, 50. Built in 1913, it was originally planned as a theater, in the process of construction it was rebuilt as a tenement house.

Badge of honor
Badge of honor, an artifact of the times of the USSR on one of the houses along Svetlanskaya street.

Monument to Hydrographic Service


Monument to the hydrographic service near the building of this service. The monument is made of a navigation sign mounted on water for a special mark. Established in honor of the 140th anniversary of the hydrographic service.

Address: Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya, 80.

Pacific Fleet Hydrographic Service
The building was built in 1903 according to the project of the architect I. I. Seestrandt in the style of “strict” classicism and is part of the ensemble of residential buildings that housed the apartments of family and single officers of the Siberian Navy crew. Currently, the Hydrographic Service of the Pacific Fleet.

Former apartment house Horvat-Bozhechko
Former apartment house Horvat-Bozhechko , , Svetlanskaya street, 111.

Vladivostok Circus
Vladivostok Circus, Svetlanskaya St., 103. Locals call the building a "shell" for their external resemblance.

Pacific Fleet Headquarters
Pacific Fleet Headquarters , , Svetlanskaya St., 72. The building of 1903, the project of the architect I.I. Zeeshrandt. Until 1922, the building housed the administration of the Vladivostok military port and the Siberian flotilla.

Vladivostok Naval Officers Meeting
Vladivostok Marine Officer Assembly, Svetlanskaya St., 68.

Officer wing
Officer Wing, Former Officer Wing of the Siberian Flotilla. Svetlanskaya St., 78.

The building was built in 1903 according to the project of the architect I.I. Zeyestrandt and is part of the ensemble of residential buildings that housed the apartments of family and single officers of the Siberian Navy crew.

Monument to the heroes of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905
Monument to the heroes of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 Vladivostok, near the Military-Historical Museum of the Pacific Fleet.

The monument was unveiled on December 16, 2006. It is a figure of the archangel Michael, the patron saint of the heavenly army.

Far Eastern Central Bank Main Directorate
Far Eastern General Directorate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya St., 71.

Former Unzhakova apartment building
Former Unzhakova apartment building (house 59).

Construction began in 1907 according to the design of the engineer Horvat-Bozhechko, and was completed in 1909 according to the supplemented and revised project of the architect Georg Junghendel.

Here was located the “Trading House Brothers Peterets. Gastronomic shops, steam sausage factory. ” In addition to the Peterets store, there were the Sinkevich Brothers bookstore, apartments and offices of commercial and industrial companies. During the years of the Civil War and intervention - the representation of the French Republic. To the right is Walden House (61)

House of Fleet Officers
House of Fleet Officers, house 48. The building, to put it mildly, does not fit into the surrounding buildings, but brutalism / functionalism is interesting.

Pre-revolutionary houses on Svetlanskaya street
Dattan's House (No. 40) was originally the main store of the Kunst & Albers Trading House (1903), followed by House No. 38 - the former Briner, Kuznetsov & Co. Trading House ( 1896 ).

Because Svetlanskaya Street was actively built up at the turn of the century (XIX and XX), when Art Nouveau and eclecticism were fashionable, then most of the buildings are in these architectural styles.

It is worth noting that this street is devoted to a fairly total Wikipedia article.

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