Verkhnyaya Radishchevskaya Street

Verkhnyaya Radishchevskaya Street (until 1919 – Verkhnyaya Bolvanovka Street) is a large street in the center of Moscow in the Tagansky District from Yauzskaya Street to Taganskaya Square.

Notable buildings

On the odd side:

No. 1/2 – House of the merchant P. F. Dranishchev (1790s; early 19th century; 1847).

No. 5 – Karnovich House (end of the 18th century; 1803; 1822; 1834 – facade).

No. 11, Building 1 – Interregional Operations Department of the Federal Treasury.

No. 13 – City estate of V. I. Venevtsov (XVIII century; 1770-1790; 1815; 1865-1875 – facade decoration; 1970s).

No. 15 – City estate (beginning – second half of the 19th century; the beginning of the 20th century), now – the Jean-Jacques Cafe and the John Donne pub.

No. 17 – House of K. I. Semyonov (E. P. Ivanova) (1803; 1817; 1845).

On the even side:

No. 2/1 – The building of the factory of the Partnership of I. P. Khlebnikov (1907, architect A. E. Erichson).

No. 4, building 1 – Federal Migration Service (FMS of Russia).

No. 8, building 1 – The main house of the city estate of E. M. Kulakov (women’s gymnasium) (beginning of the 19th century, the 1830s, 1869).

No. 12, building 1 – A. E. Zyuzina’s outbuilding (first half of the 18th century; the first third of the 19th century).

No. 14 – House of E. E. Simonova (1810s; mid-19th century).

No. 14/21, building 3 – Hotel “Vremena Goda”.

No. 16-18 – City estate of P. Zhegalkin (1781; Main House, 1907, architect A.N. Novikov), now – the Moscow Pedagogical State University building named after M.A. Sholokhov. In 1995, a marble bust of A. N. Radishchev (sculptor V. I. Usov) was erected near the building.

No. 20 – Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker on Bolvanovka.

Public transport

Metro stations “Taganskaya” (ring), “Taganskaya” (radial) and “Marksistskaya”.

Buses: m7, t27, t63, 156, 255; n5, n7.

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