Photo 1914 E.V. Gauthier Dufaye. B. Molchanovka at the intersection with Borisoglebsky lane. In the background - c. Nicholas on chicken legs
Photo 1914 E.V. Gauthier Dufaye. Borisoglebsky lane in the direction of B. Molchanovka
Photo nach. 1900s Borisoglebsky lane at the house number 8. At the place of the mansion is now the building of the Lithuanian Embassy. In the background is the architect S. S. Rodionov's own apartment house with more than magnificent facades decorated with caryatids.
Photo nach. 1910s Manor, owned by the writer A. F. Pisemsky. For fees for his works, he built wooden outbuildings in his possession. Each house had its own name by the name of its productions: "Stormy Sea", "People of the Forties", "Financial Genius", "Boyarshchina", etc. All houses were demolished after the war during the construction of the embassy of Mongolia.
A photo of 1914. House No. 6 in Borisoglebsky Lane, where Marina Tsvetaeva lived in 1914-1922. The house, fortunately, was preserved (after a long, I must say, struggle) and is now museum-founded.
Photos of the 1960s The same house, the same angle.
Photo 1938 S. I. Vasin. The Cavalry School named after Budyonny, located in the arena of the Gagarins' estate for possession of Pisemsky. In the background is the house with the caryatids of the architect Rodionov (see above).
In his youth, this school was completed by V. M. Zeldin, People's Artist of the USSR. Vasily Stalin and the sons of Anastas Mikoyan appeared in the classroom.