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V.V. Gudovich’s House (with a sevice wing, garden and fence)

Categories / Tsarskoe Selo and town of Pushkin. The digital chronological reference book/Monuments of history and culture

The rich house of the Marshal of the Nobility Count V.V. Gudovich was faced the Catherine Park. It was built in the Modernist style in 1905-1906 to the design of S.A. Danini and consolidated some historic houses and grounds. In the middle of the 19th century the large estate of Countess Ye.I. Orlova-Denisova with the garden and two wooden houses was located at this place. Gudovich’s house was designed as an estate mansion and included living and service wings (only two ones were survived) as well as a garden. Facades were designed in the style of English cottages like a country house of Grand Duke Boris Vladimirovich. Radomsky sandstone, granite, red and white facing brick, timber- framing, clay tile were used for decoration alongside with plaster. The fence with wavy contour stone figured posts , which are typical for the modernist style, was constructed by R.F. Meltser.

Semenova Galina Victorovna

Boris Vladimirovich, Grand Prince
Danini Silvio Amvrosievich
Gudovich Vasily Vasilievich
Meltzer Roman (Robert-Friedrich) Fedorovich
Orlova-Denisova, Ye.I., countess

Parkovaya Street/Pushkin, town


19 January. In the Alexander Palace Nicholas II received the workers deputation after the incident "Bloody Sunday" on 9 January in Petersburg. 50 000 roubles were assigned for the families of suffered men, this was told during the meeting.
Source: Tsarskoe Selo