We will go for a walk along the eastern Zamoskvorechye to look at it from the point of view of the architecture peculiarities of the last two hundred years. Our guide is a famous explorer of the Zamoskvorechye area Alexander Frolov. Take notebook and pen, camera and all your attention!
What forms and architectural details were used in Moscow during the XIX and XX centuries, how were they called, and how did they change over time? What types of buildings were built, for what purposes, who was the customer, and who was the executor? How did the streets of the city look like then? Why did the vegetable gardens disappear at the end of the 19th century, and what structures were considered necessary in the city merchant’s possession a hundred-two hundred years ago? We will try to see all this on the nature, to capture, sketch and lay down in a short course.
The walk starts at the Paveletskaya metro station. We will go to the places of the Bolshiye Luzhniki Sloboda, the Kuznetskaya Sloboda, the Monetchiki and finish the walk at the metro Dobryninskaya.