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Alexander Vtorovs Mansion (Palace of Childrens Creative Work)

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Alexander Vtorovs Mansion (Palace of Childrens Creative Work)

This mansion was built in 1896 for the top guild merchant Alexandr Vtorov, the richest Siberian merchant who sold textile goods all over Russia. The building represents a Pseudo-Russian style of architecture. The merchants apartments and warehouses were located here. In October 1917 the first all-Siberian Soviets Congress took place in the house. During the Soviet period, the mansion was nationalized and the Museum of Revolution resided here. Then, in 1927, it headquartered the Regional Consumers Union. Since 1937 its housed the Palace of Childrens Creative Work (during the Soviet period Palace of Pioneers). In 1963 a swimming pool was added and the building was remodeled. Street Zheljabova, 5

 
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