Former apartment house in modern style (1905)

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Tirada em 09-06-2011
Duke N. N. Leuchtenbergsky's apartment house was built by architect Theodor von Postels on Bolshaya Zelenina Street, number 28 in 1904-1905. Five mosaic panels on the front of the house made by mosaic studio (http://www.solo-mosaico.org/frolov.pdf ) headed by Vladimir Alexandrovich Frolov (http://www.encspb.ru/en/article.php?kod=2804008398 ).
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