Merchant Evsevyov’s House – Serebryakov’s House

Merchant Evsevyov’s House – Serebryakov’s House is a building in Classicism style by architect G. Paulsen, St. Petersburg.

Address: Fontanka Embankment, 39/3
Architects: Paulsen G. H.
Year built: 1807-1812
Style: Classicism

Built in 1807-1812 for the merchant Evsevyov. Later in 1820s this profitable house was bought by the State treasury for the needs of the personal imperial office – Office of His Imperial Majesty.

The central part of the four-storey building is highlighted by four pilasters bearing a pediment and a balcony. The walls of the lower floors are dissected by rustication, the upper ones are decorated with bas-reliefs.

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