31 Ruined Country Estate near Moscow

Ruined Country Estate near Moscow

Posted on September 24, 2007 by

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The history of this house, situated near Moscow in Petrovskoe, starts in the far XVII century. On the picture above one can see how it looked at that time and till the Soviet revolution. The majestic ruins of this building still exist, awaiting the day of the reconstruction. Probably some time it will become one of the most beautiful places of interests in Moscow region.

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31 Responses to “Ruined Country Estate near Moscow”

  1. John from Kansas says:

    That would be quite a restoration job.

  2. chaosgone says:

    Does the government own the building? It would be nice if they restored it.

  3. Richard S. says:

    There is a lot of work that needs to be done to restore this historical building. It will create jobs. A lot of sandblasting, tree, shrub and root removal, brick and replacement would be required.

  4. nahoda says:

    It reminds me of Catherine’s Palace ruins in Moscow. (The ruins of Tsaritsyno Palace) http://www.lindsayfincher.com/gallery/v/russia_summer_03/tsaritsyno_03/

  5. a.gore says:

    Just needs the roof patched and a bit of paint. Has nice lawn and nice plants growing in window boxes. Close to shopping,bus line,good schools. I will draw up papers of sale for you.

  6. John from Kansas says:

    Here is an interest group for architectural preservation in Moscow.

  7. illlich says:

    that will never get restored, cheaper to just rebuild from original plans (if they could be found).

    “all good times are past and gone”

  8. John from Kansas says:

    Ain’t he somethin.

  9. H Cook says:

    Thanks Lenin you sorry ASS

  10. Texas1 says:

    Does this mean that the world will not see a second printing of “How to be a good communist”?

  11. kbr says:

    well there a lot of such places in Russia, we had a nice history but it is changed. Now we have Mc Donalds, bad taste and no culture we can call our own.

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