Ligovsky Prospekt (Avenue) is one of the major streets in Saint Petersburg. Before the establishment of the city, it was a street leading to Novgorod. It runs from Nekrasov Street, crosses the Nevsky Avenue to Moscow Gate Square. Length – 6 km.
Notable buildings and structures
The building of the Research Institute of Phthisiopulmonology, formerly. Evangelical Women’s Hospital, 2-4
No. 1 (Nekrasova Street, 43) – Gymnasium of Ya. G. Gurevich (house of the Artillery Department), the building was built in the 1st third of the 19th century, rebuilt in 1875 (architects A. D. Schilling, V. I. Tokarev). Object of cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation of regional significance (St. Petersburg) 781711301200005
No. 2-4 – Building of the Research Institute of Phthisiopulmonology, formerly. Evangelical Women’s Hospital with the Church of Christ the Savior. Built in 1869-1871 in neo-Gothic style, architects: R. B. Bernhard, O. G. von Gippius.
No. 8 – Children’s Hospital of Prince P. G. Oldenburg, 1860s – 1890s. The main building was built in 1866-1869 according to the design of the architect Ts. A. Kavos. Cultural heritage site 7830778000
No. 9 – Profitable house at the intersection with Kovno Lane (1879-1880, architect Christian Tacki).
No. 35 – Profitable house (1897-1898, architect O. L. Ignatovich).
No. 43-45 – the building of the hotel V. E. Pestrikov “Metropolitan” (“Znamenskaya”), 1902, civil engineer G. S. Gavrilov, 1913, civil engineer V. M. Orlov. Cultural heritage site 7830781000
No. 44 – Pertsov’s House – an apartment building (1910-1911, architects S. P. Galenzovsky, I. A. Pretro). Object of cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation of regional significance (St. Petersburg) 781610418740005
Two buildings on Ligovsky Prospekt were designed by the architect and engineer D. D. Sokolov. These are the clergy house of the Church of the Sign (Ligovsky, 39), built in the 1870s, which became an important element of the ensemble of Vosstaniya Square, and Sokolov’s own house (Ligovsky, 61 – 1882-1883). Despite public protests, in mid-November 2007, the house was demolished.
No. 47 – Profitable house of F.I. Korovin (1877-1878, architect A.V. Ivanov). Since the early 1990s, Castle Rock has been located in the courtyard of this house, selling goods for rockers and metallers and being a cult place for St. Petersburg rockers and metallers. In addition to trading, it also periodically hosts autograph sessions with famous domestic and foreign rock stars. Cultural heritage site 7830782000
No. 49 – the house of I. Anglares (Korovina), 1840, architect A. S. Andreev, rebuilt in 1877 by architect V. A. Prussakov. Cultural heritage site 7830783000
No. 53 – house of furnished rooms A. I. Andreeva, architect M. L. Kritsky, 1911. Cultural heritage site 7830784000
No. 57 / Ligovsky lane, 3, the left side is an apartment building. The restructuring of 1840 was carried out according to the project of V. E. Morgan.
No. 58 – Residential building at the factory F. K. San-Galli, architect K. K. Rakhau, 1875. Cultural heritage site 7830788000
No. 60-62, letters A, B, D, E, house 64-66 – F.C. San-Galli Iron Foundry and Mechanical Plant, 1869-1872, 1870s, architects C.K. Rakhau, I.I. Gornostaev. Cultural heritage object 781620565100005
No. 63 – profitable house of V. V. Markozov (E. I. Gontskevich, 1909-1912). Cultural heritage site 7830785000
No. 65 – profitable house of M. M. Ekimov, modern (architect V. I. Van der Gyucht, 1912-1913). One of the first residents of the building was Professor A. Klossovsky. Cultural heritage site 7830786000
No. 67 (Kuznechny Lane, 22) – profitable house of N. Kuznetsova (A. A. Karetnikova) (1835, architect G. Tkachenko; 1838, architect A. V. Kokorev; 1872, architect M. A. Makarov). Cultural heritage site 7830787000
No. 91 (Svechnoy per., 27) – Profitable house of A. L. Sagalov (architect A. L. Lishnevsky, 1913-1914). An example of the late “northern” Art Nouveau, inspired by Pientinen’s house in Vyborg. Cultural heritage site 7830790000
No. 99 – tenement house (P. A. Chepyzhnikova, 1860).
Bell tower of the Exaltation of the Cross Cathedral, view from the avenue
No. 125 – apartment house of E. L. Peterson, 1st half of the 19th century, rebuilt in 1905-1906 by architect A. L. Lishnevsky. Cultural heritage site 7830792000
No. 128a, courtyard area – Holy Cross Cathedral. The reconstruction and expansion of 1842-1844 was carried out according to the project of V. E. Morgan. Object of cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation of federal significance 781520285470006
No. 135 – profitable house of P. A. Salnikov (technician D. G. Fomichev, 1904). Cultural heritage site 7830794000
No. 139 – Praskovya Stepanovna Kuritsyna’s apartment building, modern (architect B. Ya. Zonn, 1908). Cultural heritage site 7830795000
No. 146 – Mansion of A.P. Volkov (architectural academician V.V. Shtrom, 1862). Until 1918, it was a government office, the location of the head and officials of the Moscow volost of the Petrograd district, which included all rural settlements in the immediate suburbs of Petrograd on the territory of modern Krasnoselsky, Kirovsky, Moscow, Frunzensky and Nevsky districts.
No. 149 – apartment house of I. P. Pavlov (architect B. Ya. Zonn, 1905, 1914). Object of cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation of regional significance (St. Petersburg) 781711205070005
No. 164 / Kurskaya street, 17 – apartment building (architect Fyodor Pavlov, 1901).
No. 236 – house of M. P. Kulandina (architect N. I. Tovstoles, 1902) Cultural heritage site 7830155000
No. 251 is the profitable house of N. S. Polotnov (architect N. I. Tovtoles, 1911)
No. 269 – Ligovsky baths (architect N. F. Demkov, 1934). Cultural heritage site 7840022000
No. 275 k.1 – the profitable house of Antip Efremov, the father of the science fiction writer Ivan Efremov (technician N. I. Kotovich and civil engineer A. I. Zazersky, 1910-1911). Cultural heritage site 7830157000
No. 275, the right side is the Molodyashin apartment building in the Art Nouveau style (architect A. I. Zazersky, 1911).
No. 295, the right side is the building of the Alexander School of the Craft Society (architect F.I. Winterhalter, 1873-1874).